PROPERTY OF THE TUFTS LIBRARY WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS Ref. *97%.47 Author" ^thHigh School r|acg N . ^/ copy 1 T.>1> Year 1 ° 0k Although Weymouth High School Students may appear to be just like any other High School's, we are unique; our school is unique. We have as many different moods as there are each of us. Our students help one another with tu- toring; memorable friendships are formed daily; discussion groups in our classes shed light on facets of high school students never rated before. W.H.S. is typical of many schools how- ever, in other ways: students mav be seen strolling down the corridors; teach- ers converse; students animatedly dis- cuss the day's events. Suddenly the bell rings. Books fly, doors slam, and soli- tary students dash madly to classes. After our years at W.H.S., we have learned a great deal about the "why's" of this world, and the people around us who compose it. For the most part, in- telligent views are expressed by the more eloquent among us; we care about the changing world we will one day lead. We are Unique. WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL - "°° WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS JOHN F. MARTIN" Boston College; Principal of W eymouth High School "Knowledge is itself a power." RICHARD STEELE Northeastern University; Principal of Weymouth High School Annex "There is no substitute for hard work." ADMINISTRATION WILLIAM T. KEARNS Boston College. Bridgewater State College; Assistant Prin- cipal of Wevmouth High School "Others have been successful you can be also!" RUSSELL H. MAZZOLA Tufts College. Northeastern L'niversity; Assistant Princi- pal of Weymouth High School Annex; Mathematics "Do the best with what you have." WILLIAM L. CONCANNON Suffolk L^niversitv, Boston State College; Assistant Prin- cipal of Weymouth High School "What you have inherited from your father, and learned from your teachers, earn ov- er again for yourselves, or it will not be vours." ANTHONY F. CIAMPA Boston State College; Assist- ant Principal of Weymouth High School Annex; Mathe- matics "Life consists in what man is thinking all day." JOHN F. COLLINS Fitchburg State College; Di- rector of Weymouth Voca- tional and Technical High School "'The skills you receive in re- turn for the effort you are willing to apply will influence your earning potential." OTTO H. MAHN Boston L'niversity; Assistant Director of Weymouth Voca- tional and Technical High School. Driver Training "Happy is the man that finds wisdom and the man that gets understanding." 9 FRANCIS J. ADAMS Boston State College, Boston University, English "Conscience is the soul of free- dom, its eyes, its energy. Its life. Without conscience, free- dom never knows what to do with itself." PAULINE BOCZANOWSKI Boston University, Sargent College; Physical Education "Always develop your char- acter and abilitv to their high- est potential." DIANE C. BROPHY Northeastern University; Ge- ometry, Algebra I, Student Council, East Jr. High Cheer- leaders "Your high school days are the most important in your life. Profit by them and you will go far." POLLYANNA AN DEM Boston University, Harvard School of Education; English; Reflector "Love is immortal and makes all things immortal. But hate dies everv minute." f [AMES F. BOLAND Calvin Coolidge College; Sheet Metal "Even in the common affairs of life, how little security have we when we trust our happi- ness in the hands of others." mm BRUCE S. BURGESS On sabbatical leave at the University of Oklahoma. MARY E. ARNOLD Sargent College. Boston Uni- versity; Physical Education; Cheerleaders. Pep Club "Ask God's blessing on your work but do not also ask Him to do it." CAROLYN K. BOUSQUET Radlord Women's College; English. Dramatic Club "'The significance of man is not in what he attains, but . . . what lie longs to attain." EDWIN 0. BURKE New England Conservatory of Music; Orchestra "Work for accomplishment- Play for enjoyment - Don't confuse the two." DOUGLAS T. BLAKE University of New Hamp- shire; Head of Social Studies Department; Student Govern- ment Exchange Program "To be proud of knowledge is to be blind with light." [AMES A. BRIZZI Ohio University; History, Talent Show Advisor "Good luck, good health, and above all happiness." RICHARD L. BURNS Oberlin College and Conser- vatory, Wayne University. Rollins College. Boston Uni- versity, Bridgewater State College; Music "Music hath charms." 10 WILLIAM A. CAMPBELL Suffolk University; Biology "It is characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things." GERALD F. CAVANAUGH Bridgewater State College; Modern Civilization, A-V Club "Life has a value onlv when it has something valuable as its object." HAROLD E. CLARKE Fitchburg State College; Sheet Metal "The future belongs to those who prepare for it." RICHARD A. CAREY Stonehill College; English. Junior Varsity Baseball "More things are wrought bv praver than this world dreams of."' JACQUELINE F. CHITTENDEN University of Washington; Business Education "Give me thy hand; thou has been rightly honest." RICHARD W. CLAYTON Harvard L'niversity, Boston State College; English; Camp- us "Never deny a generous im- pulse." FRED P. CARLSON Boston State College; Carpen- try "Do it now!!! Not tomor- row." STEPHEN J. CHOP. JR. Tufts L T niversitv; Art; Reflec- tor, Campus "A study of, and active par- ticipation in, the field of visual art design can only add great- er depth and enjoyment to your general education." JEAN B. CONDITO Boston LIniversity; Assistant Librarian "I am the master of my fate. I am the captain of my soul." ROSEMARY E. CARNELL Boston State College; Mathe- matics "Keep smiling." WILLIAM E. CLANCY Boston College; U.S. History; High School Teachers 'Senior Scholarship Fund "Always seek the truth which is far beyond mere catch words and easv slogans." JOYCE M. COOKSEY Emmanuel College, Boston State College; Chemistry "It is the great beauty of science that advancement in it. instead of exhausting the subject of research, opens the doors to further and more abundant knowledge." 11 EDWARD J. CROWLEY Bridgewater State College, Boston College; English "Work, work, work!" 1 I" KENNETH B. DANIELS The Defiance College; Speech, Theatre Arts "Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass, of glory in the flower; we will grieve not, rather find strength in what remains behind." RITA M. DIMENT Emmanuel College, Simmons College; Librarian; Library Club "The student with an inquir- ing mind makes our work worthwhile." VIRGINIA M. CULLITY Boston University, Sargent College; Physical Eudcation "Spend some of your leisure time now with physical ac- tivity and later you will be active physically so that you may enjoy your time of lei- CHARLES L. DARDINSK1 Fitchburg State College; Auto Body. Math. Physics. Blue Print Reading "He who has a trade has an estate." VINCENT J. DI SESSA Fitchburg State College, Northeastern University; Me- chanical Drawing "Your unused talents give vou no advantage over one who has no talents at all." KATHLEEN M. CURRAN Boston College. Boston Uni- versity; Business Education "Your future lies before you like a shining path of snow. Be very careful how you tread for every step will show." JOHN C. DE COSTE Northeastern University; I'. S. History. English; Political Affairs "A society which does not en- courage excellence will not be a decent society for long. " WILLIAM DOHERTY Northeastern University; English "Eventually children will grow up to understand their teachers . . . rarely do they forgive them." TIMOTHY F. DALY Boston College; Physics "Effort and cooperation are cheap ways to success." WILLIAM A. DEMPSEY, JR. University of Vermont; Prob- lems of Democracy; Tennis, Hockey "Commit vourself. " PHILIP S. DO LAN Massachusetts College of Art. Tufts University; Design I & II, Advanced Art I & II, Di- rector of Art "Make each day count for something worthwhile." 12 MARY L. DOUCETTE Emmanuel College. Laval University; Distributive Edu- cation "I suggest you start by know- ing yourself and knowing your real worth. Then I think you won't be quite so dis- appointed when vou reach your goal because you will know your own capability." NANCY L. DUXX Framingham State College; Clothing "'Use the talents you possess. For the world would be very silent if no birds sang except the best." BRUCE D. EMERSON Lafayette College; Chemistry, Ski Club "An 'Emerson' analogy is worth a thousand words." CATHERINE A. DREW Boston University; Commer- cial Business, Tvping "Caveat Emptor" PAUL J. DUSEAU Boston College, Boston State, Wayne L'niversity; Math Team. Computer Club "What you do in life is not nearly as important as how you do it." RONALD S. ERIKSON Merrimack College; Geomet- ry, Algebra "A man should be upright, not be kept upright." THOMAS E. DUFF Boston College; Latin I, II "Labor Omnia Vincit." RICHARD B. DWYER Bridgewater State College, Boston College; English; Head of English Department "Cheer up! The best is yet to come." HELEN C. FINN Suffolk University; U. S. His- tory M ELY IN C. DUNN Fitchburg State College; Litho- graphy "Resolve to be thyself; and know that he who finds him- self loses his misery." KATHLEEN M. EKAS Springfield College. Penn. State; Girls Gymnastics "A day without effort is a dav lost." ROBERTA L. FINN Boston University; French. French Club "Les grands diseurs ne sont pas les grands faiseurs." 13 JOHN FISHER Fordham, Boston University; Director of Athletics and Phy- sical Education; Golf Coach "The only way to success is through hard work." EDNA G. FLAHERTY University of New Hamp- shire, Boston University; Guidance "Follow your honest convic- tions and be strong." PAUL B. FOX Suffolk University; English. Debate Club "Time is but a stream to go a-fishing in." MICHAEL FUCILLO Wentworth Institute; Electron- "A man is known by his friends." JOHN T. GHIORSE Harvard College; Physics, Head of Science Dept. "Good Luck." MARIE K. GHIORSE Bridgewater State College, Boston College, Boston Uni- versity; Guidance "Giving your best today as- sures a better tomorrow." MIRIAM GOLDMAN Brandeis University. Yeshiva Orad. School English; Riding Club "Keep trying." ^^^^^^^^^^^^ LESLIE A. GOULD Marietta College; Algebra, Adv. Math "Crafty men condemn studies, simple men admire them, and wise men use them." ELAINE A. GREENE Salve Regina College; Ge- ometry "All things in their place." RALPH \Y. GREENWOOD Sheet Metal "In trying out for anything, you mav succeed or not, but do be sure in every way to give it all you've got." DONALD G. GUAY Massachusetts Military Acad- emy; Cabinetmaking "If at first you don't succeed - try and try again." OLIVE E. HACKETT Chandler Normal School; Head of Business Education; Placement Bureau "Good luck for a bright fu- ture with opportunities to progress." 14 RICHARD C. HALLOW ELL Trinity College, Boston L'ni- versity; Chemistry "Rather than be puzzled and angered by what passes for courage in our time, let us be guided bv the virtues that define humanity." PHILIP W. HENLEY Wentworth Institute. Fitch- burg State College, Suffolk University; Related Math. Science, Cabinetmaking "Do it today." MARY T. HOYLE St. Margaret's Hospital School of Nursing; Future Nurses Club "In CouspectutuoServimus." RICHARD F. HARDING Franklin Institute; Structural Design "Hard work is the key to success." LOUISE J. HILL Salem State College; Business "Almost everything that is great has been done by youth." RALPH JANNINO University of Idaho; Physical Education. Wrestling "Set a goal and give your ut- most to attain it." JOHN B. HARTWELL Gettysburg College; Algebra, Trigonometry "It's a game fish that swims upstream. " CLEMENT V. HORRIGAN Boston College. Bridgewater State; English "Anchors Aweigh." FLORENCE E. JOHNSON Hunter College, Middlebury College; Russian, French, Head of Language Dept. "Success is finding a job you love to do, and doing it ex- tremely well." RICHARD HAYES Springfield College; Physical Education; Ass't. Football Coach, Ass't. Gymnastics Coach "To work is to win." ELEANOR R. HOWLEY Simmons College, Boston College, Emmanuel. Boston University; English "If you take precious care of the minutes of everyday, the hours will take care of them- selves." FRANCES JOHNSON University of Maine, Boston University. Middlebury Col- lege; French. French Club "To what use serves learning, if the understanding be away." 15 LUCY KALAIJIAN Boston University; English "Who never has suffered, he has lived but half. Who never failed, he never strove or sought. Who never wept, is stranger to a laugh. And he who never doubted, never thought." GEORGE H. KLAY Boston University, Bridge- water State College; Mechani- cal Drawing, Cafeteria Super- visor "A picture is worth a thou- sand words." EDWIN R. LOFGREN Northeastern University, Uni- versity of Maryland; U. S. History; Chess Club "Be happy at whatever you do — or don't do it!" WILLIAM M. KEARNS Tufts University, Springfield University; Math, Basketball "Be at your best when your best is needed." SUSAN K. Kl'DER Penn. State University; French; French Club "This above all; to thine own self be true, and it mustlollow as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man." NORMAN C. LOUD Boston University, Clarkson College of Technology. Chem- istry "Choose a life-work you en- joy, since then it will not be work at all, just pleasure." EDWARD M. KELLY Suffolk University, Universi- ty of Maine; English "Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his grasp, or what is heaven for?" DONALD F. LARKIN Massachusetts College of Art, Cranbrook Academv of Art; Art "Accept the challenge now." BEVERLY A. LUTZ Bridgewater State College; English "We would all be idle if we could." KAREN E. KIRKLAND Barrington College; Typing, Bookkeeping "We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing while others judge us by what we have already done." GUY J. LENT I XI Fitchburg State; Automotive Repair "Take time to think. It is the source of power." HAROLD A. MacDONALD P.W.C. College; Architectural, Mechanical Drafting. Math Sales Theory "The important thing in this life is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving." 16 DOROTHY G. MacGREGOR Boston University; Guidance "My wish for you: a healthy mind to keep the good and pure in sight!" PATRICIA A. MARINOS Boston State College, Tufts University; U. S. History, Po- litical Affairs Club, W.H.S.- T.V. "This above all: to thine own self be true." WAYNE MASTERS Suffolk University; U.S. His- tory. Problems of Democracy; Talent Show "If at first you don't succeed — that makes you about aver- age." ELIZABETH L. MacGREGOR Boston University; General Business, Geography. Type- writing I "There is never an instant's truce between virtue and vice . . . Goodness is the only in- vestment that never fails." HEXRV MARSHMAN Fitchburg State College, Bos- ton State College; Math, Science. Automachine Theorv "You will get out of life just what vou put into it." Robert p. McCarthy Boston University; Develop- mental Reading. Theatre Arts, Sr. Class Play; Regional Drama Festival "We often despise what is most useful." DOROTHY M. MAGRAW Salem State College, Boston University; Business Law. Shorthand, Jr. Moral and Spiritual Values Comm. "To thine own self be true, And it shall follow as the night, the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man." WILLIAM A. MARTIN Stonehill College. Boston State College; English, Social Studies "Procrastination is the thief of time." MARY E. McMORROW Bridgewater State College, Boston L'niversity; English "Man is rich according to what he is; not according to what he has." CHESTER H. MARKS, JR. Electronics "I keep six honest serving men. (They taught me all I know ) Their names are what and why and when and how and where and who." MARY L. MARTINEZ Seattle University, Mary- hurst College, Problems of Democracy, Student Council "The greatest wealth is con- tentment with a little." JOHN McPHERSON Northeastern L'niversity; Phy- sical Education; Ass't. Foot- ball Coach "All work is seed sown; it grows and spreads, and sows itself anew." 17 FRANK H. MEDA Fitchburg State College; Auto Repair "Our chief want in life is some- body who shall make us do what we can." JOHN M. MULKERN, JR. Boston State; Syracuse Uni- versity, Guidance "Use the talents you possess, for the world would be very silent if no birds sang except the best." RICHARD L. NIMS Northeastern University, Bos- ton University, History "The harder you work the more luck you will have." EDWARD MEEHAN Harvard College; Economics; Ass't. Track Coach "Face the world with open eyes and an alert mind." DAVID MURLEY North Adams State College; English " The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none." HELEN M. NORRIS Chandler School for Women; Shorthand. Typewriting, Sr. Class Advisor, Sr. Sees. Sr. Nom. Comm., Sr. Treasurers "The only time a person real- ly fails is when he blames his failure on somebody else." FREDERICK K. MORRLSSEY Suffolk University, Bridge- water State College. State Col- lege at Fitchburg; Problems of Democracy. American His- tory "WORK!" MARTIN M. MURPHY Boston College; Historv. Eng- lish "Work and be happv." GEORGE E. NOTT State College at Fitchburg; Graphic Arts "Why make an easy job dif- ficult — when — with a little more effort you can make it impossible." MARIE E. MOSS Boston University; French "To thine ownself be true." WALTER E. MURPHY Bridgewater State College; Reading and Workstudy Pro- gram "We shall not produce equali- ty by turning everything up- side-down. " VIRGINIA NYE Keuka College, Harvard; Di- rector of Guidance "Talent is built in solitude; character in the stream of the world." 18 CHRISTOPHER J. 'BYRNE, JR. Bridgewater State College; Math, Driver Education "Better late than never." LEO D. O'REILLY Wentworth Institute of Tech- nology; Electronics "The man who said, 'It can't be done', is always being in- terrupted bv the man who did." HERMAN F. PERRY Fitchburg State; Graphic Arts "Show your best always. Somebody might like it!" DUDLEY F. O'LEARY Boston University; Physical Education; Track Coach "Practice like a champion and you mav become one." NANCY P. ORTON Smith College; English "Experience is the best teacher." GEORGE H. PLAYER Northeastern L'niversitv; Spanish, Baseball. Football "Queen sabe que no sabe, sabe also." JAMES J. O'M ALLEY L'niversitv of California. Bos- ton State; Chemistry "Have faith, proceed the un- known end. " DOROTHY PEARSON Pembroke College, Brown L'niversitv; English, Future Teachers "The correlation of informa- tion from various experience leads to wisdom — not just a rote memorization of facts. EDWARD A. PORTER Boston College, Boston State College; French ALM French Club "Mettez les points sur les"i" et N'ayez pas peur de dire ce que vous pensez." ROBERT B. O'M EAR A Boston College; Biology "FESTINA LENTE." KENNETH L. PEREZ Auto Body "Education is the foundation of one's life. Without it one can not build very high. How high will you be able to build?" HARRY T. POWERS Northeastern University, Boston L'niversitv; Book- keeping. Typewriting "SMOKING IS: costly to your pocketbook. damaging to your property, harmiul to vour health." 19 GEORGE PRATT Suffolk University, Universi- ty of Mass., Boston Universi- ty; Guidance "Ingredients for success; abil- ity, personality, and work, work, work!" WILFRED ROBERTS Boston University; Law Bookkeeping "Learn to use that which you have learned." MAUREEN E. RILEY Boston State College; English "To err is human; to forgi%'e, divine." MARY ANN RODRIGUES Emmanuel College; Spanish. Spanish Club "Smile and start a chain re- action." JEAX A. ROAXOWICZ University of Massachusetts; English "Try to do your best in what- ever vou do." H. LELAXD SANGER Gordon College, Boston Uni- versity; Guidance "He who knows others is learned; he who knows him- self is wise." \ K1..\A A ROBERTS Salem State College; Short- hand. Typewriting "Xo man is happy who does not think himself so." JOSEPH P. SAVOIA Bow do in; Geometry "It is not your I.Q. that counts but your G.Q." HELEX SCHEXKMAX Ohio State, Boston Universi- ty; Spanish "Es facil ser modesto cuando se es celebre. " JANE R. SCHOFIELD Garland Junior College. Keene State College "Humor oils the wheels of life and keeps things running smoothly." DANIEL J. SHEA Boston College; Latin, Eng- lish "He makes no friend who never made a foe." ETHEL G. SKEHAX Boston State, Boston College; Economics. U. S. History "Hitch your wagon to a star." 20 MARGARET A. SPOOXER Bridgewater State College; Geography. Guidance "Lives of great men all re- mind us that we can make our lives sublime and. de- parting, leaving behind us footprints on the sands of time." BIRUTA W. SWAIX Framingham State College; Home Economics "The joys of the table belong equally to all countries and times ..." MARY F. TOOMEV Boston University; English. Conservation Club '.Make the most of your talents. Develop them to make a happier life for your- self and a better country for future generation." ROBERT F. STEXBERG Charlotte College; Printing "Contests allow no excuses, no more do friendships." GERARD SWAXSOX Boston College; Head of Mathematics Department; Math Club "Xever was good work done without much trouble." STAXLEY G. TROUPE Bridgewater State College; English, Literary Club "W hat's a' your jargon o' your schools. Your Latin names for horns and stools; If honest Xature made you fools." MELVIN K. STUDLEY Lincoln Institute; Xortheast- ern School of Business; Alge- bra. Trigonometry, Statics, Steel and Concrete Design, Drafting "If my efforts slacked, I should rob all I try to reach." ERYIDA C. SWLRKAL Boston Universitv; General Business. Typewriting "It takes less time to do a thing right than to explain why you didn't." VIRGIL C. YALICEXTI Bates College, Bridgewater State College; Ancient His- tory. Modern European His- tory "Follow Instructions." EILEEX SULLO Emmanuel College, Universi- ty of Paris; French. Spanish; French Club "II y a deux sortes de per- sonnes dans a vie: Les rai- sonnables qui durent, et les passionnes qui vivent." CHARLES F. THIBODEAU Bridgewater State College. Xortheastern L'niversitv; Bi- ology. Football. Basketball. Track "With perseverance, nearlv all things are possible." PHILIP VAX XESTE Xortheastern L'niversitv. Boston L'niversitv; Book- keeping; Jr. Varsity Basket- ball. Reflector Adv.' "Remember— everything turns our for the best." 21 EDWARD J. VINSKEY Fitchburg State College; Car- pentry "When we build let us think that we build forever; let it not be for present delight nor for present use alone." MAUREEN F. WENZLER Framingham State College; Home Economics "Anything is possible to a willing heart." RICHARD WHITMORE Fordham University; Social Studies, Driver Education "Aim High." PAUL WARREN New England Conservatory of Music, Boston University; Director of Music; Band "Keep a song in your heart, and the world will never be without beauty." IP ROBERT I). WEST Boston College. Harvard University; Cuidance "Ever to excel." ROBERT F. McDOXOUGH Boston State College; On sab- batical leave BR EN DA K. WEATHERSBEE University of New Hamp- shire; Foods "A smile is the wine of life." [AMES M. W HEELER Boston University; Biology. Football "The score is nothing to noth- ing—go out and be a win- ner." MARILYN P. HOFFMAN Bridgewater State College; ( Guidance "Think big, and your deed will grow; Think small, and vou'll fall behind; Think that you can, and you will. It's all in the state of mind." CAROLE P. WEISSKOFF Emmanuel College, Boston State College; Spanish; Span- ish Honor Society "Never seek to know for whom the bell tolls. It tolls for thee." HENRIETTA E. WHEELER Farmington State Teachers College; Department Head. Home Economics "Give the world the best you have and the best will come back to you." 22 CLERICAL STAFF CHRISTINA M. ARCHIBALD BEATRICE A. CARMICHAEL DOROTHY L. CARPENTER MARION R. GERSTEL DORIS L. HOLBROOK Secretary Health Office Assistant Secretary School Lunch Program Secretary Library Assistant Secretary \'ocational School Office Secretary Athletics Office ESTER J. JENSEN Assistant Secretary Guidance Office LOUISE J. LOCKWOOD Secretary Vocational School Office EVELYN I. MacKEAN Secretary School Lunch Program DORIS E. McINTOSH Secretary Annex Office LAURA NASH Secretary High School Office DOROTHY L. O'BRIEN Switchboard Operator High School Office GERALD IN E OCHS Secretary Guidance Office NOREEN A. POHLSON Assistant Secretary Annex Office MARION A. WAKEHAM Assistant Secretary High School Office SHIRLEY M. YOUNG Secretary Instructional Materials 23 SPECIALISTS CAFETERIA WORKERS At both Weymouth High School and the Annex, well-balanced, appetiz- ing meals are prepared daily by our efficient staff of cafeteria workers. Con- sidering the number of hungry stu- dents they must serve each day, they do an excellent job. For their superior service we are grateful. 'Patty cake, patty cake CUSTODIANS The responsibility of maintaining the beauty of Weymouth High School and its surrounding grounds is that of our fine custodians. This service they perform with both competence and pro- ficiency, under the direction of Mr. Arthur Cicchese. The friendly counten- ances of the custodians lend a cheerful atmosphere to our surroundings. Mr. Cicchese sweeps up. "At last, a break!" 25 "Nothing much; just hanging around. "Stick 'em up!" "Wait '11 I turn this net around. FOOTBALL On Thanksgiving Day, a crushing victory over Brockton High School ended another successful season for the Weymouth Maroons. In his second year at Weymouth, Mr. Wheeler coached the team to a commendable 7-2 record. The Maroons suffered two losses this year, to Arlington and Brookline, but proved their true ability by defeating the Class A Champions, Newton, 28-8. The success of this year's team was attributed to a combined team effort. Outstanding performances were pro- vided by all seniors, a few of whom were: Bill O'Brien, Gene Brennan, Bill McCurdy, Rick Lindstrom, and Frank Baldassini. These boys not only con- tributed their fine ability, but also in- spiration and leadership. They made a powerful mark in Weymouth High's football history. Next year's team should have no trouble continuing Weymouth's winning tendencies. Coach Wheeler will have an outstanding nucleus with the return of Jim Murphy, Pat Higgins, and the All-Scholastic members: Tom Mc- Mahon and Jim Taubert. Humm. I thought we had a game today." Weymouth 10 Weymouth 7 Weymouth 28 Weymouth 35 Weymouth 32 Weymouth 36 Weymouth 7 Weymouth 41 Weymouth 43 Lowell Brookline 14 Newton 8 Boston English 6 Waltham 6 Quincy 8 Arlington 14 Watertown 8 Brockton 12 Front row, 1. to r.: Richard Franco, Billy MacDonald, Bernard Burke, Gene Brennan, Co. Captains Steve Pierce, Rick Lindstrom, Bob McDonald, Bill McCurdy, Mark Devlin, Mark Jarvis, Phil Voungclaus, Victor Puntiri; Second row, 1. to r.: Coach Hayes, Manager Dave Tourigny, David Powell, Dave Martel, Dana Morse, Pat Higgins, Frank Baldassini, Billy Dempsey, Peter Dod- well, Bob Conrad, Eric Briscoe, Mike Claddis, Jim Taubert, Tom McMahon, Coach Wheeler; Back row, Coach Player, Bob Alabiso, Bruce Grant, Mike Crehan, Kevin Xaughton, Richard Gilbert, Robert Masi, Charlie Dorman, Jim McCann, John Nagle. Ed Nalband, Billy Hickey, Paul Dempsey, Bill Morin, Tom Gentile, Manager Dick Daley. 29 W'.H.S. Cheerleaders (clockwise from left): Mary DeCoste, Head, Kathy Murphy. Sara Van Keuren, Nancy Sara- ceno, Chris Colby, Lynn Chapman. Cheryl Bickford, Kathy Dempsey, Sue Murphy. CHEERLEADERS This year's Weymouth High School Pep Club and cheerleaders enthusiasti- cally cheered our football and basket- ball teams on to numerous victories. At the games the cheerleaders displayed their gymnastic ability, while the Pep Club members exercised their vocal chords. Under the direction of Miss Arnold, Head Cheerleader Mary De- Coste, and Pep Club President Cheryl Nixon, the members of the club held two pep rallies which aroused abundant school spirit. At the end of the football season, the club sponsored a victory dance, with the proceeds going to the scholarship fund. PEP CLUB The members of the Pep Club. Finishing sixth in the Suburban League Our Basketball Team was led by co-captains Ruory Gregg and Carl Reavy. Preparations for the opening game on Dec. 20, 1968 were hindered by a delayed practice. Lost time was made up by the players' efforts at future practices. Unexpected trouble from Brookline, Waltham, Brockton and Rindge Technical, led to the ousting of Weymouth's chances for a Tech Tourney berth. The Maroons lost all eight games to these teams, two over the minimum six allowed in receiving a berth in the Tourney. Due to school cancelations for bad weather the final game of the year against Quincy was postponed and then cancelled. Although the record of this year's team wasn't quite as high as it has been the last few years, the desire, hustle, determina- tion, and spirit never vanished from the hearts of the players. Coach Kearns can anticipate much happier days ahead. R. Bambrick, W. Gardner, B. Coyne. R. Balcom, P. Caine, S. Danahy. W. Spear, B. Bailey, J. Taubert, J. Trelfall, P. Crowley. R. -McDonald, M. Buckley. Standing. W. Tileston, L. Saint. G. Brennan, R. MacDonald. M. Buckley, P. Moynihan, B. Bennett, J. Taubert. T. Dunlay; Kneeling. E. Davenport. W. Gardner. R.Gregg. C. Reavey. D. Harrington, R. Balcom. BASKETBALL Carl fights for the ball! 32 Sock it to 'im! "Mav I have this dance?' Weymouth 63 Weymouth 81 Weymouth 67 Weymouth 50 Weymouth 73 Weymouth 72 Weymouth 46 Weymouth 51 Weymouth 62 Weymouth 71 Weymouth 59 Weymouth 63 Weymouth 60 Weymouth 74 Weymouth 69 Weymouth 66 Weymouth 72 Weymouth 51 Weymouth 44 Watertown 51 Quincy 59 Newton 56 Brookline 52 Newton South 52 Arlington 57 Rindge Tech 54 Brockton 67 Waltham 75 Cambridge Latin 52 Watertown 53 Newton 57 Brookline 65 Newton South 50 Arlington 64 Cambridge Latin 71 Rindge Tech 78 Brockton 68 Waltham 47 33 HOCKEY Weymouth High School's hockey team had a very successful year, ending the season with eleven wins and six losses. Led by All-Stars Vic Puntiri, Bill Dempsey, and Phil Youngclause, Weymouth won the lower half playoffs at the end of the season. The Maroons had many good hockey players in ad- dition to the above three, namely de- fense-men Paul Garvey, Phil Dolan,and Bob Guest; forwards Kevin Sheehan, Steve Wrye, Wayne Douglas, and Paul Haley, along with Joe Lamm in the goal. All players contributed to the cause for success readily. The combined effort of the hockey team produced a success- ful season which will be hopefully matched by the team members to come. As a result of the excellent coaching of the experienced Mr. Dempsey, the high- scoring skates will be filled; Weymouth is confident that as he has done it before, he is capable of doing it once again. "We try harder." 34 First row, 1. to r.: P. Haley, W. Dempsey, V. Puntiri, P. Youngclaus, J. Lamm, R. Franco, R. Conrad, P. Dolan, R. Guest, S. Hartry. Second row, 1. to r.: S. Wrye, R. Pompeo, K. Sheehan, C. Dorman, J. McMonagh, P. Garvey, W. Douglas, R. Goggin, W. Kelley, J. Delorey, Asst. Coach R. Donovan, Coach W. Dempsey. The picture of concentration. Strike One! Weymouth 5 Scituate 2 Weymouth 8 King Philip 1 Weymouth 7 Memorial 3 Weymouth 6 Brockton 1 Weymouth 1 Hingham 8 Weymouth Canton 2 Weymouth 1 Williams 12 Weymouth 2 Scituate 4 Weymouth 11 King Phillip Weymouth 7 Memorial 3 Weymouth 9 Brockton Weymouth 1 Canton 2 Weymouth Hingham 5 Weymouth 2 Williams 5 Weymouth presses Brockton into a close back-checking game. WRESTLING After a disappointing season of five wins and four losses, a fired-up Wey- mouth High Wresding Team proved their ability in the post-season compe- tition. Under the direction of coach, Ralph Jannino, and the leadership of tri- captains, Bill Hendry, Tom Haywood, and Rick Lindstrom, the Maroons shocked the giants of the Bay State League by taking first place in the South- east District Championship. In the Regionals, all fourteen members of the varsity qualified for the State Tourna- ment. First place finishers were Kevin Farrell, Bill Hendry, Tom Haywood, and Tom Travers; second place was Rick Lindstrom, Steve Barry, Russ Ren- nie, and Steve Kohler earned third place honors; Brad Wellock, Dana Morse, and Mark Jarvis won fourth place awards; Lee Clarke, Terry MacDonald, and Scott Willy came in fifth in their respective weight classes. "Ban won't wear off." Front row, L to r.: S. Kohier, T. Hayward, D. Powell, S. Willy, R. Rennie, B. Hendry, K. Farrelli. Second row, B. Conroy, L. Clark, K. Naughton, D. Morse, M. Jarvis, R. Begley, R. Miller. Back row, W. Montilio, R. Lindstrom, T. Travers, B. Wellock, J. McDonald, Coach Janino. 36 CROSS COUNTRY Weymouth's cross country team had a fine season finishing with an 8 and 2 record. The team won the Boston City meet and was fifth in the State meet. Mr. O'Leary's team qualified a runner for the New England meet in Mark O'Brien, who finished in 17th place. The captain was Joe Rosado. Lettermen were Seniors: Donald Bambrick, John Channell, and Joe Rosado; Juniors: Gary Heinstrom, Mark O'Brien, and Gabriel Ramirez; and Sophomore John Delorey. Is jogging really better for your health? Front row, M. Kobs, D. Bambrick, J. Channel, M. O'Brien, J. Rosado. C. Gib- bons, G. Ramierez, B. Handrehan. Second row, P. Horrigan. G. Tirone, T. Hav- ward, J. Carriker, J. Delorey, E. Brady, H. Rosado, M. Lawler, K. Flahertv. P. Shanahan, Coach O'Leary. Member of the Cross Country Team departs for another meet. 37 WINTER TRACK The winter track team did it again, finishing with a three way tie for the league championship. Newton and Natick were tough competitors this year. Newton fell in the last event to our unbeatable relay team of Paul Horrigan, Joe Rosado, Bill Morin, and Gary Ti- rone. Natick proved to be stronger in the last meet by sweeping the dash to win the meet. Co-captains Paul Horrigan and Joe Rosado did a great job in setting the victorious spirit of the team. Paul shat- tered the 300 yd. dash record and Joe won all the firsts he could find. The only first in the state meet was Bill Morin. The whole team wishes to thank Mr. O'Leary and Mr. Meehan for the exceptional job they did. "Look, Mom, no feet!" Front row, 1. to r.: R. Mell, R, Watts. B. Payson, J. Channel. J. Rosado. P. Horrigan, D. Scribner, T. Mc.Monagle. R. Muller. D. Bambrick; Second row, 1. to r.: G. Tirone, M. Teasdale, B. Morin. D. Griswold, M. O'Brien. P. Shanahan, R. Frazier, L. Welch, M. Papps, R. Holmes. M. Kobs; Third row, 1. to r.: Mr. Meehan, Mr. O'Leary, R. Murdock, H. Rosado, W. Smith, K. Flaherty, S. Herbert, J. Salamone. Follow* the girls! SPRING TRACK First class — the only way to travel. Weymouth is one of the top track powers in the state. In the last three years under the capable guidance of head coach, Mr. O'Leary and asst. coach, Mr. Meehan, Weymouth has won three consecutive State Champion- ships. Running, sometimes under not the best conditions, Weymouth has won 48 consecutive dual meets. Led by co- captains, Paul Horrigan and Joe Ro- sado, Weymouth has a good chance to win an unprecedented fourth straight title. Weymouth has never lost a dual meet on their old home track. They have also been Suburban League Champion the last five years. The spring track team looks forward to a fine season. 39 BOYS' GYMNASTICS Although the Weymouth High School Gymnastic Team triumphed on- ly once during the season, it shows great promise for the future with its sophomore and junior members. Led by Captain Al Zylinski in im- pressive all-around performances and under the fine guidance of Coach Rich- ard Hayes, the team made some im- pressive showings. Next year we can expect fine per- formances from Tom Gentile in free- exercise, Dave Martel on the rings, Glenn Carver on the high bar, and Charley Cavicchi on the side horse. "Yikes, I think I'm gonna sneeze!!" First Row (1. to r.): M. Doyle; W. Thorne; P. Casey; C. Cowles; R. Cotter; B. Jenson; W. Clarke; S. Molignano; E. Berry; L. Olson. Second Row: B. Schuler; T. Falk; J. Simon; G. Carver; D. Lash; B. Pierce; M. Speare; C. Cavicchi; R. Purdy; D. Martel; A. Zylinski, Captain; Mr. Hayes, Coach. 40 GIRLS' GYMNASTICS Gymnastics, one of the few varsity sports offered to girls at Weymouth High, is also one of the most popular. Under the direction of Mrs. Ekas and Mrs. Porro, the girls won the State Championship. In the Individuals, Bon- nie Corrigan came in 2nd, Kathy Demp- sey came in 4th, and Cheryl Bickford placed 5th. The team practices diligendy throughout the season to develop the agility, coordination, grace, and stami- na needed for the strict competition in gymnastics. With the addition of many talented sophomores, next year's team will surely succeed in retaining the cham- pionship, and in adding to Weymouth's athletic lustre. First Row: K. Dempsey, N. Kemp, L. Briscoe. B. Corrigon. co-capt.; M. Carver, co-capt.; R. Yitalie. C. Hartry. D. Blanchard. Second Row: Mrs. Ekas. coach; S. Murphy. C. Bickford. S. Lucas, M. Turner. J. Antoinette M. Fucile, Mrs. Porro, coach. Third Row: C. Kelly, M. DeCoste, J. Tansey, C. Cassese, D. Peckham. L. Chapman. M. Bilodeau, T. Lamparelli. 41 CLASS OFFICERS Mary DeCoste, Treasurer, W.H.S. Richard Morgan. Treasurer. W.V.T.H.S. 43 SANDRA L. ABDOU 37 Karlyn Rd. W. Quiet and likeable, Sandy's interest in people wdl be an asset in her future career as an elementary school teacher. She is an active member of her C.Y.O. Spanish Club 10, 11; Campus 12; French Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 11 ELIZABETH A. ABDY 36 Cedar St. E. Friendly Betsy can be found working at Sears in Weymouth, and attending C.Y.O. meetings at Immaculate Con- ception Church. She plans to become a secretary. F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. West's Secretary 12; Campus Sales Rep. 10; High Honors 11 MARY E. AHERNE 67 Pearl St. N. Attractive and friendly, Mary works as a cashier at Curtis Farms. Her sincere interest in people will help her to succeed in her endeavor to become a nurse or an airline stewardess. Sr. Norn. Comm. 12; Cap and Gown Comm., 12; F.N. A. 12; Soph. Party Comm. 12; H.R. Rep. 10 ELAINE AHL 72 Ledgebrook Rd. S. Skiing, going to the beach, and work- ing at Filene's in the South Shore Plaza take up most of Lainny's spare time . . . She would like to attend sec- retarial school and become a medical secretary. Ski Club 12 SUSAN J. AITKEN 156 Mt Vernon E. E. Talented Sue, a past Worthy Advisor of Rainbow, makes most of her clothes. In her spare time she works at Sears Roebuck and Co. Her understanding nature will help her to become a teacher of mentally retarded children. Band 10, 11; F.T.A. French Club 10 Ski Club 12; SUSAN M. ALDRICH 20 Bradley Rd. N. Sue, who dislikes people that aren't on time, enjoys sewing, cooking, and working at Jordan Marsh in her free lime. She plans to attend nursing school. Pep Club 11, 12; Riding Club 11; Ski Club 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; French Club 10; F.H.A. 11; Book Fair 12; Campus H.R. Rep. 10, 11; F.N. A. 11, 12 SYDNEY-ANN ALLEN 23 Epping St. E. An all-around person, Syd enjoys play- ing the guitar, riding horseback, and sewing. With her great personality and interest in all types of people, she is a sure success. Chorus 10, 11; Concert Choir 12; Rid- ing Club 10; F.T.A. 12; Thurber Car- nival 11; Sr. Class Play 12; Political Affairs 12; Campus Sales Rep. 10, 11; Reflector Sales Rep. 10, 11; Honors 10, 11. 12 JAMES J. ALMEIDA 43 Suwanee Rd. E. Jim is an avid sports enthusiast. He admires open-minded, considerate peo- ple. Plans to attend the L'. of Mass. and to major in political science in the near future. Honors 10 JUDITH A. ALUKONIS 140 Donnellan Cir. N. Judv, an enthusiastic hockey spectator, works at Tufts Library in North Wey- mouth. A trip to Greece is included in her future plans. Pep Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; Spectrum 10; Campus 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Honors 10. 11 KENNETH R. AMBACH 58 Durant Rd. S. Altruistic and friendly people are among Kenny's likes. Working at Grant's Restaurant and playing bas- ketball fill most of his spare time. He aspires to become a pilot. Key Club 12; Sr. Play 12; Cross Country 10; Basketball 10, 11; Spring Track 11, 12 44 DOROTHY J. ANDERSON 44 Manomet Rd. N. Friendly and lively, Dottie loves to walk along the beach. She dislikes Monday mornings and conceited peo- ple. Her ambition is to attend Mas- sasoit College or join the Peace Corps. Usherette 12; Pep Club 11; Computer Club 12; Reflector Advertising Staff 12; F.B.L.A. 12 WENDY A. ANDERSON 73 Rindge St. E. Amicable Wen loves horseback riding and skiing. She dislikes unfriendly people and classical music. A career as a registered nurse lies in her future. Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11; Monitor 10; F.N. A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 PATRICIA L. ANDREWS 8 Keith St. W. Fun-loving Pat, loves chocolate, and talkative people. She dislikes sym- phonies and snobs. ROGER P. ANTONOWICZ 14 Cross St. E. Roger, who hopes to attend college keeps busy working at Curtis Farms and playing football. Progressive Rock, preferrably "The Cream" and pizza are among his favorites . . . dis- likes mean people. Student Council 10; Vice-President 10; J.V. Basketball 10; Spanish Club 10 DIANE M. ARIES 55 Buder Rd. E. "DeeDee" hopes to work with com- puters after graduation. Cooking, ski- ing, and playing the piano take up most of her time. Modern music, bas- ketball and 'happy-go-lucky' people are among her favorites . . . the opera and snobbv people are her dislikes. Monitor 10; Riding Club 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 11; Jr. Party Comm. 11 JAMES R. ARMSTRONG 215 Union St. S. 'Army' enjoys working on cars and dating. He plans to become a con- tractor or a designer. He especially enjoys lobster, steak and girls with long hair. He dislikes classical music and unfriendly people. LEANNAH ARNOLD 22 Shaw St. N. Lee, who plans to become a secretary, enjoys swimming, sewing, water skiing, and pizza. She dislikes lobster and loud, rude people. Chorus 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Honor Roll 10, 11; Miss Johnson's Secretary; Shorthand Award 60 CATHIE A. ARSENAULT 9 Regina Rd. W. Cathie, who spends her spare time reading, likes lobster and all people. Her future plans include college and teaching Spanish. J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Sr. Prom Comm.; High Honors 10; Honors 11 CHARLES E. AYER 45 Volusia Rd. E. "Tonto" can be found working on his Buick. He likes Chinese food and girls with style and a good personality . . . plans to enter the service after gradu- ation. Open House 10, 11, 12 JANET L. BABCOCK 48 Shady Lane S. Working at South Shore Hospital as a nurse's aid and sewing occupy most of her spare time. Attending college next year are in Janet's future plans. Library Staff 12; Orchestra 10. 11; Mardi Gras 11, 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 45 FREDERICK T. BACK 204 Front St. VV. Fritze keeps busy by working at Star Market, surfing, and skiing. He really digs the Righteous Brothers and Big Brother and the Holding Company . . . dislikes school hippies. After col- lege he wants to be a commercial pilot. Riding Club 12; Ski Club 12; A.V. 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Intramurals 10 RICHARD W. BACON 24 Creenwood Ave. E. Active marine biologist, Rick works at Curtis Farms. He enjoys riding his motorcycle, surfing, the Doors and "tall mystery girls who don't talk a lot." Rick dislikes vegetables and "pseudo-hippies who don't salute the flag." Honors 10; Band 10; Intramurals 10; Computer Club 12; Ski Club 12; Rid- ing Club 12; French Club 12; Spanish Club 12 BARBARA J. BAILEY 31 Griffin Terr. S. A Tedeschi employee, Barb likes Italian food and the Supremes . . . dislikes white socks and Chinese food. She plans to further her education. Monitor 10 DONALD W. BAILEY 93 Pearl St. N. Playing all sports and actively par- ticipating in C.Y.O. take up Don's spare time. He enjoys most kinds of food except cafeteria food. Presentday music interests him and school hippies annoy him. He plans to attend college. High Honors 10, 11; Spanish Club 12; French Club 12; Computer Club 12; Intramurals 10; Ski Club 12; Rid- ing Club 12 GEORGE A. BAILEY 15 High St. E. Surfing and working at Burrell's Va- riety Store occupy a major portion of George's time. He likes Italian food and happy-go-lucky people ... A ca- reer as a draftsman is George's plan for the future. JEANNIE M. BAKER 93 White St. S. Jeannie works part-time at the Naval Air Station. Ravioli, writing, and peo- ple with a sense or humor appeal to her . . . she has an aversion to getting up in the morning . . . and homework at nigjit . . . undecided about future plans. Reflector Secretary; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand 60, 80 NANCY J. BAILEY 43 Bryant Ave. W. Planning her future as a Dental Tech- nician, Bail enjoys working with peo- ple especially people with a good sense of humor. She presendy works at a Nursing Home. Conceited people ag- gravate her. Secretary for Mr. Perry 12 RUTH A. BAKER 93 White St. S. Always full of fun, "Sami" plans a future as a secretary and owning her own dance studio. She is employed at Bob's Donut Shop in Columbian Square. All foods, except donuts, are among her likes as well as, soul music and people who can laugh at them- selves. "Keep smiling." Honors 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Camp us Sec 't. 11, 12; 60 and 80 Shorthand Awards; 1968-1969 Mardi Gras Coordinating Committee. FRANK J. BALDASSINI 70 Baylee Rd. N. Friendly and outgoing, Frank enjovs all friendlv people and baseball. Major- ing in engineering in college are his future plans. Frank is active in all school sports. Honors 10, 11; Student Council 10; Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10,11, 12; Weightlifting 10, 11; Intramurals 10, 11; Spanish Club 10 JAMES D. BALINSKI 411 Neck St. N. Jim leads an interesting summer work- ing as a lobster fisherman in the outer harbor of Boston. A college career in meteorology lies ahead for Jim. His special interest is girl-watching. Honors 10, 11; ball 10 Intramurals Basket- 46 DONALD B. BAMBRICK 173 Union St. S. A Liberal Arts course at college is Don's immediate plan after gradua- tion. He enjovs golf and basketball and admires spirited people. During the summer Don works as a "greens- keeper." Sr. Xom. Comm. 12: Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; J. V. Basketball 10; Intramural Basket- ball 11 PI WILLIAM E. BARBUTO 43 Sunnyplain Ave. W. Bill's future plans include taking a post grad. course to become a printer. He enjoys surfing and working at Star Market. He likes all kinds of foods and all kinds of music . . . dis- likes know-it-alls. PAUL J. BARCELLOS 882 Front St. S. After graduating Paul plans to become a sheet metal mechanic. His special interests are surfing, listening to Jimi Hendrix, and working at Burger King. Track 10; Open House 10. 11. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. ANN E. BARKER 15 Fillmore St. S. Working at the South Weymouth Nav- al Air Base in the Exchange and being involved in many art projects fills Ann's spare time. She likes ravioli but dislikes shy boys . . . plans to at- tend a school of design. MARY E. BARNHART 43 Progress St. W. Thinking, drawing and reading are Marv's special interests. She plans to be a journalist. Intelligent men interest her. Conservation Club 11, 12; Theatre Arts 11, 12; Reflector Art Staff 11; H.R. Rep. 12; Political Affairs 12; Thurber Carnival 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Sr. Class Play Comm.; Mardi Gras 11 STEPHEN W. BARRY 83 Alboy Rd. S. Steve, an avid surfer, enjoys experi- menting in new surf board designs. He also likes boating. He hopes to attend Merchant Marine Academy and to base his future around the sea. His favorite foods are Chinese food and Italian food. Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Tennis 11 STEPHEN E. BASCOM 59 Lakehurst Ave. E. "B" plans to be a Radio Operator in the Air Force or the Navy. He owns a '31 Ford . . . likes fast cars and dislikes white socks. CYNTHIA A. BATCHELDER 111 White St. S. Cyndee, a future social worker, pres- ently works as a dietary aide at the South Shore Hospital. She likes all kinds of people and also enjovs sew- ing. Student Activity 10; Office Worker 10; Campus H. R.' Rep. 10, 12; Reflector H. R. Rep. 11; Sr. Class Plav Comm. 12; French Club 11; F.T.A. 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Mardi Gras. 11; Grad. Dance Comm. 12; Honors 10, 11 JAMES M. BASTEY 23 Sutton St. E. Jim hopes to become a Forest Ranger. He now works as a stock bov at a supermarket. Skiing is one of his special interests . . . dislikes Math. Ski Club GAIL L. BATCHELDER 84 Knollwood Cir. W. Intelligent and friendly, Gail enjovs the guitar and sewing. She likes Jimi Hendrix, Experience, and Sweet-tarts, but dislikes drivers who don't use di- rectionals . . . would like to become either a French or history teacher. High Honors 10, 11; French Club 10, 12; Soph. Play 10; Monitor 10; Jr. Party Comm., F.T.A. 12; Ski Club 12; Tutor 11, 12; Theatre Arts 12; Gazebo Comm. 12; Spanish Club 12; Campus 12 DOUGLAS L. BATES 1814 Commercial St. E. In his spare time, Doug likes to go hunting. He likes most people, and enjoys listening to rock and roll mu- sic .. . dislikes cafeteria foods. His future plans include going into the service and taking up a specialized field. MARGARET M. BAULIS 11 Linden PL E. I'eggv, who loves to ski in the winter, is a sports enthusiast. She likes veal cutlets, pizza, and yodels, but is an- noyed by late people and snobs . . . plans a career as a secretary after at- tending business school. Pep Club V. P. 12; Ski Club 12; Mr. Player's Sec. 12; Riding Club 12; 60 Word Shorthand MELINDA BEAN 138 King Philip S. "Beany" likes to sew, dance, and ski. She enjoys pistachio nuts and out- going people, but hates spinach and people who are close-minded. Her plans are to further her education and become an airline stewardess . . . works at the Charles Bean Music Co. Library Asst. 12; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12; Honors 10 NANCY A. BEARD 28 Gale Rd. W. Nancy, who likes to sleep, enjoys sea- food, but dislikes Chinese food . . . likes hip people, but is annoyed by hypocrites. She plans to travel through Europe in the future. Pep Club 12 EDITH E. BEATTY 279 Green St. N. Edie, who is president of her fellow- ship, worked as a lifeguard during the summer. She enjoys folk and clas- sical music, and admires individuality in people ... is displeased by phonies . . . plans to major in art and psy- chology in college. Student Council 10, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Folk Music Society 11; Debate Club 10, 11, 12; Talent Show 11; Mardi Gras 11; Campus 12 JEAN M. BECHTOLD 40 Hobomack Rd. N. A friendly person, Jean likes warm, kind people, but dislikes unfriendly or snobby people . . . meatball subs are her favorite food. Her future holds a career as a bookkeeper. F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Computer Club 12; Reflector Advertising Staff JANICE T. BELANGER 61 Judson Rd. \Y. Jan, who works at Sheridan's, enjoys reading, listening to Simon and Gar- funkel, and writing letters. After at- tending college, she plans to become a French teacher. She loves Chinese food . . . dislikes apathetic people. High Honors 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; French Tutor 11, 12; F.T.A. 1 1; French Club 10, 12; Campus 11, Editor 12 NICODEMO A. BELCASTRO 43 Elmer Rd. S. Always smiling, Nick likes to work on cars in his spare time. He especial- iv likes girls, spaghetti and meatballs, and fast cars, but dislikes plastic people and lailgaters ... is undecided about his future. Moniter 10; Honors 10 DIANA O. BELL 53 Ryder Rd. S. Di, who tries to be an individual, en- joys traveling and meeting new people. She likes crazy, honest people, but dis- likes unfriendly people. Her future plans include becoming an airline reservationist. SHERYL F. BELL 21 Hawthorne St. E. A career in teaching in Latin America lies ahead in Sheri's future. Skiing and babysitting take up much of her time . . enjoys meeting people and traveling, but dislikes snobs and school lunches. Pep Club 12; F.N. A. 12 48 LAURIE J. BELLAMY 33 Sanderson Ave. E. Friendly and outgoing, Laurie plans a career in sociology. She enjoys skiing and listening to music, especially Or- pheus . . . likes friendlv people, but is annoyed by people with no am- bition. Ski Club 12; Honors 11 M. BARBARA BENNETT 24 Partrige Rd. S. Barbie, a true individualist, would like to attend B.U. Theatre Arts School after graduation. Working with the Boston Children's Theatre occupies most of her time . . . likes people who are real, Simon and Garfunkle, and Barbara Streisand. Talent Show 11; Theatre Arts Club 11, 12; Cheerleader 11; Honors 10, 11; National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion ROBERT A. BENNETT 76 Fuller Rd. N. Bob, who enjoys waterskiing, admires friendliness in people. A career in foreign languages may be in his future. He likes girls with long hair . . . dis- likes school lunches. KARL E. BERG 143 Mt. Vernon E. E. A friend to all, Karlos enjoys all music, and plays guitar and tuba. Phonies annoy him, but he likes people who fool around. After attending Pur- due University, he plans a career in engineering . . . works at Sears Cata- log Office. Band 10, 11, 12; Student Council 11, 12; Sophomore Play; Tutor 11; High Honors 11; Jr. Usher; Sr. Class Vice President KRISTIN BERGFORS 24 Church St. E. Friendly Kristin enjoys skiing in the winter and loves Cape Cod. She works as a guide at Abigail Adams Birth- place here in Weymouth. College lies in her future. Debate Club 11; Pres. 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; Honors 10, 11 LINDA A. BERKLEY 11 Ericson Rd. W. Riding, fencing, and guiding nature walks at Esker Park occupy much of Linda's spare time. She likes lobster and all types of music, but is annoyed by people who don't care. Her goal is to major in conservation in college. Conservation Club 11, 12; Book Store URSULA D. BERNARD 783 Randolph St. S. Outgoing LTrs plans to major in jour- nalism in college. When not working at her father's dry cleaners, she enjoys listening to both soul and classical music . . . likes cheeseburgers and dances. Library Ass't. 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Gazebo Publicity Comm. 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club RICHARD L. BERRY 924 Front St. S. Rich, a real surfing fan, plans to at- tend Mass. Maritime Academy after graduation. He works at Curtis Farms after school hours . . . loves lobster and admires funny, good-natured people like himself. M.C.H. Club 12 STEWART G. BERRY 68 Wilson Ave. W. Stew, a Jeff Beck fan, is a friendly boy who likes polo, hunting, and playing the guitar. He hopes to pursue a career in law. Political Affairs Club 12; Ski Club 12; Intramurals 10 CHERYL A. BEST 9 Chandler St. W. Cherie, who has a good sense of hu- mor, works at G.E.M. She enjoys watching stock car races in her spare time. D.E.C.A. 49 CAROLE R. BICKEL 654 Pond St. S. Carole, who is always ready with a smile, works at Kirkland Manor Nurs- ing Home in her spare time. She en- joys talkative people and Italian food. A career in nursing lies in her future. F.H.A. 11, 12; Honors 10; Secretary for Vocational School 12 JOHN L. BITTNER 36 King Cove Rd. N. An avid scuba diver, John hopes to enter the Navy and eventually become a professional diver. He likes school and dislikes boistrous people. Honors 10; Office Duty 11. 12; Open House 10. 11, 12; Student Gov. 10, 11, 12 DEBRA J. BIZIER 40 Carolyn Rd. S. Petite and lively, Biz works as a wait- ress in her spare time. She likes Chin- ese food and french fries. Her goal is to attend a secretarial school after graduation. MICHELE A. BLAKE 1086 Main St. S. Michele, who just hates conceited peo- ple, enjoys summers down the Cape. She plans to become a secretary. Pep Club 11, 12; Riding Club 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Ski Club 12 ALTON S. BLANCHARD 587 Broad St. E. Ambitious Rusty. Master Councilor of Demolay, enjoys eating steaks and hamburgers while listening tojefferson Airplane. He hopes to become a doctor. Ski Club 11, 12; Political Affairs 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Campus 12; Com- puter Club 12; Bank 10, 11, 12 KATHLEEN A. BLASSER 129 Academy Ave. E. Kathi, who loves horseback riding, enjoys listening to Jeff Beck and to psychedelic music. She hopes to travel in Europe. Monitor 10; Talent Show 10 MARCIA E. BOBZIN 644 Front St. S. Marcia spends her spare time partici- pating in Rainbow or working. She enjoys experimenting with different foods and being with people who like a good time . . . dislikes extremelv long hair on boys. Library 10, 11, 12 CHRISTINE D. BORDEN 1 1 Rainbow Lane S. A career in fashion illustration may be in Chris' future. Painting and draw- ing take up much of her spare time. She also enjovs reading and listening to folk music . . . dislikes homework. Campus Sales 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 DIANNE M. BOSCHE 26 Sutton St. E. Cute and friendly Di is a great fan of W'.H.S. football and basketball games. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music or taking long walks. She plans to go to college and become either a teacher or a social worker. Campus Sales 11; Chorus 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Glee Club 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Debate Club 11, Sec. 12; Gazebo Comm. 12 DEBORAH A. BOUCHARD 35 Epping St. E. A career as a physical therapist may be in Debbie's future. She admires friendlv and different people, but dis- likes phonies. In her spare time she may always be found at the beach. Spanish Club 10, 11; Reflector Rep 12; Intramurals 10, 11; Talent Show 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Soph. Party Comm. 10; Jr. Party Comm. 3d JOHN C. BOUCHER 34 Huntington Ave. S. Sweet and feminine ^voting ladies in- terest Clyde ... he is also an avid tennis plaver. He dislikes people who are apathetic towards current events or those who are first to complain, but last to act. Tennis 10. 11; C'pn. 12: Student Coun- cil 10, 11, 12; Class Pres. 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Jr. Usher; Computer Club 12: Honors 11; Talent Show 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Gazebo Tickets 12; WHSDT 11, 12 JANE V. BOULEY 459 Commercial St. E. Jane, who has a great sense of humor, hopes to become an elementary school teacher. Sewing and designing her own clothes take up much of her time. She is a sure success in life. F.T.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Dramatic Club 12; Gazebo 12; Intramurals 10, 11; Orchestra Librarian 11, 12 SARA-JEAN BOWEN 36 Karlyn Rd. E. Cheerful Sara is a friendlv girl who enjoys participating in all sports and going to our school games. She plays the guitar and listens to popular, modern music in her spare time ... a sure success as a physical education teacher. Orchestra 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11. 12; Debate Club 11, Vice Pres. 12; Gazebo Usherette 12; Intramurals 10, 11; N.E.M.F.A.; Campus Sales 11 SUSAN E. BOYD 23 Eisenhower Rd. S. Sue may be found working at Supreme Market in her spare time. She likes most all people . . . dislikes snobs. Her future plans include going to business school and working as a secretary . F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Porter's Sec. Shorthand (60) Certificate 11 12: RICHARD A. BRACCIA 76 Chisholm Rd. S. Listening to music, participating in sports, and reading are among Rick's many interests. A free-thinker, he plans a career in writing. He likes Italian food and honest people, but dislikes hypocrites. Spring Track 10, 11, 12: Winter Track 12 JOHN W. BRACK 65 Vine St. W. Musically talented Jocko participates in the "Greater Bostonians" and in the Greater Boston Youth Orchestra. He plans to attend the New England Conservatory of Music after prep school . . . likes girls with long hair. Bank 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11; S. East District Festival; Solo & En- semble Festival; Weymouth Solo & Ensemble Festival JANE M. BRADLEY 12 Intervale Rd. E. Jane likes to cook, dance, and sew in her spare time. She especially loves hot fudge sundaes and enjoys all types of music . . . dislikes conceited people. A career in speech therapy may lie in her future . Spanish Club 10; Honors 10, 11 fUNE A. BRADLEY 12 Intervale Rd. E. June, an active and friendlv girl, is a sure success as a teacher. In her leisure time she loves playing tennis, listening to pop music, and sewing . . . likes butterscotch sundaes. Spanish Club 10; Honors 11 CAROLYN BREACH 49 Edgeworth St. E. "Lyn" enjoys all sports, particularly playing tennis for the school team. Friendly people appeal to Lyn. She hopes to become a secretary after at- tending Kathryn Gibbs School. F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Tennis Team 11, 12; Reflector Representative 11, 12; Re- flector Advertising Staff 12; Senior Nom. Comm. 12; Teacher's Secretary 12 LINDA M. BREEN 50 Brae Road N. Linda spends her time sewing or sketch- ing, which she hopes to employ in a career of fashion design. She likes ani- mal crackers and has a sense of hu- mor, but finds caleteria lunches and loud, ignorant people disturbing. Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Thurber Carni- val; Theater Arts; Honors 10, 11 51 DONNA M. BRENXAX 114 Bridge St. N. Donna reads, cooks, bowls, and baby- sits in her extra time. She likes chicken and modern music . . . meat loaf and shy people bother her. She hopes to become an airline stewardess. F.H.A. 10; Riding Club 10; Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 12 EUGENE T. B RE WAX 64 Judith Rd. X. Gene can be found surfing or on the football field, depending on the season. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are his favorite food. His future plans include college. Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 11, 12; Intramurals 10; Youth Leadership Award 11 JOSEPH L. BRENNAN 76 Gr. Republic S. Joseph plays the sax in a jazz combo and clarinet for the school band. He likes friendly people . . . slow drivers disturb him. His future plans center on engineering. Band 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; Honors 11; Intramurals 10; Talent Show 10 KAREN A. BRENNAN 114 Bridge St. N. Karen works at Gene's Garage as a file clerk. She has a fondness for children and hopes to become an ele- mentary school teacher. F.H.A. 10; Riding Club 10; Gazebo 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 12; Pep Club 11; Computer Club 12 MICHAEL F. BRENNAN 51 Canacum Rd. N. Mike, who would like to become a sports announcer, plans to attend col- lege. He is interested in basketball, football, and baseball, also enjoys riding around in his maroon mustang. He likes all kinds of food, including school lunches . . . dislikes are con- ceited people and slow drivers. Intramurals 10, 11; Basketball 10; Key Club; Most Improved Student Award PATRICK S. BREXXAX 64 Judith Rd. N. "Moose," who tries to stay out of trouble, enjoys hard rock music. Some of his other likes are people to whom he can talk and almost all food . . . dislikes people who are given authority and over use it. ROBERT G. BRENNAN 19 Blanchard Rd. S. "Sleepy" enjoys all sports and listen- ing to the Beatles. He dislikes hippies . . . future plans are uncertain. BARBARA F. BRIGGS 215 Pond St. S. Barb, who enjoys sewing, can be found working at Jordan Marsh. She plans to go to college and become an ele- mentary school teacher. RICHARD I. BRIGHAM 37 Blackstone Rd. N. Rick, who hopes to become a computer programmer, is interested in football, basketball, and most important, his job. He likes pineapple delight and people he can talk to . . . dislikes American chopsuey and shy people. Honors 10 ERIC \Y. BRISCOE 364 Thicket St. S. Eric, an avid sportsman, likes french fries, Beatle records, and loyal friends . . . dislikes lima beans, Bobby Vin- ton, and self-centered people. His main goals in life are to work and make lots of money. Football; Intramurals; Honors 10 52 JOHN' L. BROADFORD 36 Doris Dr. N. Jack, president of Explorer Post and vice-president of Pilgrim Fellowship, likes any kind of music, people who laugh, and bologna sandwiches. He dislikes being called "Jackie" and in- tends to become a history teacher. Audio-visual 10; Band 10; Outdoor Club 11; Conservation Club 11, 12; Political Affairs Club 12 CLAIRE E. BROCE 127 Thicket St. S. Claire sings and plays the guitar. Some of her other interests are sew- ing, swimming, and skiing. She likes all kinds of music, history, and frank people . . . dislikes people who don't listen. Claire plans to become a dental hygienist. Political Affairs Club 12; Chess Club 12; F.N. A. 12; Gazebo Usherette; Glee Club 11, 12; Chorale 12 MARILYN A. BRODERICK 38 Hillcrest Rd. E. Writing, horseback riding, and art fill Lvn's spare time. She likes hot fudge sundaes and people that are fun to be with . . . dislikes the school dress code. She plans to become a model in New York City. LYNNE BRONCHUK 264 Westminster E. "Bambi" enjoys playing the guitar and is an active CYO member. She likes an} - kind of pizza and her favorite group is the Union Gap. You can tell by her gorgeous clothes, which she designs herself, that Bambi is plan- ning a career as a fashion designer. She hopes to travel to California in the future. CHRISTINE F. BROWN 11 Bartlett St. N. Christine, known to her friends as "Mouse." enjoys hot fudge sundaes, the music of the Association, and thoughtful people. College and a teaching career lie in her future. Band 10. 11, 12; French Club 12; F.T.A. vice-president 12; Reflector 11, 12; Campus Sales 11 ELLIOT C. BROWN 52 Columbian St. S. "Chopper's" spare time is filled with his job at Raytheon. He enjoys flying and friendly girls. Hoping to eventu- ally have his own business is one of his future plans. Honors 11 MARIANNE BROWN 40 Richmond St. W. Mae enjoys being a waitress at New Bedford Restaurant . . . dislikes con- ceited people. Hoping to become a nurse, she wants to learn all she can while in high school. Honors 11 7 THERESA J. BRUTTANITI 622 Main St. S. Terri, a member of Distributive Ed., likes strawberries, talkative people, and The Cream . . . dislikes milk and quiet people. She hopes to enter Mansfield Academv next vear. Riding Club CHRISTINE L. BRYANT 27 Sycamore Rd. S. Tina is kept busv by her job at Boston Baby, South Shore Plaza. She likes motorcycles, pigeons, all music and outgoing people . . . dislikes prejudiced people. After high school she plans to work for an airline. Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12 DONNA M. BUCCHERI 1621 Front St. S. Dawn, always full of pep, teaches swimming, works at Turnstvle, and enjovs horseback riding. Her future plans are to become a phvsical edu- cation teacher and attend Bridgewater State. Riding Club Sec. 11, Treas. 12; Pep Club 53 DONALD P. BUCKLEY 209 Essex St. W. Donald's greatest interest is in history and naval affairs. He has many hob- bies such as sailing, chess, and canoe- ing. Don enjoys most types of music, especially classical, and composer Richard Rogers. He plans to attend the U.S. Naval Academy. Conservation Club 11, 12; Honors 11; Semi-finals Globe Art Award ft »w W J NANCY R. BULENS 90 Cedar St. E. Nancy hopes to obtain a good paying job. In her spare time, she sews, reads, and babysits. She is a great fan of the radio while eating pizza. She loves animals, especially cats. F.B.L.A. 12; Re/lector Sec. 12; Honors 10 CHARLES M. BUNNER 45 Saunders St. N. Planning to enter the service, Chico enjoys working with cars and dislikes policemen. He spends his spare time playing in his musical group. A.V. Club 12 BERNARD J. BURKE 140 Pilgrim Rd. N. Bernie. an avid sportsman, works at the A & P in his spare time. Some of his likes are pizza and quiet people . . . dislikes homework. College lies in his future. Football 10, 11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Key Club 12; Weighilift- ing 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10; Track 12; Honors 10, 11 DEBORAH A. BURKE 48 Worthen Ave. W. W ith as manv friends to match her numerous activities, Debbie's future plans are to go to college and become a second grade teacher. She likes Chinese food and small children. F.T.A. Sec. 12; H.R. Rep. 10; Sopho- more Party; Ski Club 11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm. JAMES A. BURKE 9 Off Vinson St. S. "Jimbo" likes to go fishing and dis- likes homework and long hair. Student Govt.; Open House 12 MARGARET G. BURKE 450 Summer St. \Y. Peggi, planning to become a nurse, works as a nurse's aid at the South Shore Hospital. She enjoys horseback riding, happy people, all kinds of music, and going to parties . . . dis- likes vegetables and homework. Pep Club 10; Intramurals PATRICIA A. BURKE 1293 Washington E. Pat, a professional musician, works part-time at Grant's as a salesgirl. Her interests are bowling and swim- ming. She likes all types of music, friendly people, and going to parties . . . dislikes conceited people, home- work, and Monday mornings. She intends to go to a business college and become an executive secretary. Pep Clyb 12; F.B.L.A. 12; F.N.A. 12; Senior Prom Comm. CHRISTINE C. BURTON 160 Elmer Rd. S. Chris, who works at Welcome Farm Ice Cream, has an unusual interest in drag racing. She likes all kinds of food, music, and independent people. Her future plans include college. Chorus 10; Ski Club 11; Pep Club 11 DONALD J. BUTLER 20 Holmberg Rd. E. Don, who works at the Capital Market, is an avid sports fan. He likes people with courage, popular music, and all kinds of food. His future plans include going to college and "seeking a new and better world." Key Club 12; Political Affairs Club 12;' Book Fair 12; Reflector Hr. Rep. 10 54 ELIZABETH F. BUTTERFIELD 41 Soper Ave. W, Betsy's future plans include college. At the present time she has a part-time job at the Star Market. All kinds of food, friendly people, and current music appeal to Betsy. F.T.A. GERARD E. BYRON 289 Essex St. W. Jerry treasures sleeping in his spare time. He likes everything from current music to rich people. Among his dis- likes are school lunches and hippies. Football 11, 12; Basketball 10 I f MARY C. CACCAYALE 144 Lake St. E. Marv enjoys watching most sports, especially football and baseball. People with friendly smiles and Italian food appeal to her. She dislikes Monday mornings and inconsiderate people. After graduation she hopes to become an executive secretary. F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 11, \2;Reflector Adv. Staff Sec. 12 GARY R. CADMAN 33 Beal St. N. Gary's hobby is photography. He is a Lab assistant for Evening Electronic Classes. He enjoys boating and foot- ball and dislikes opera music. Honors 10. 11 JOSEPH J. CALLAHAN 340 Pond St. S. '"Pitta", who works at Welcome Farms, spends a considerable amount of his time at Stella Tirell. He is an avid sports fan and likes the Boston Patriots. Italian food, and Simon and Garfunk- el. His future plans Include going to Suffolk University. Golf 10, 11, 12 COLLEEN K. CAMERON 29 Whitcomb Terr. S. Colleen's special interests are baseball and cooking. She enjoys singing and being with friendly people . . . dislikes crowded corridors and getting up in the morning. She hopes to become a secretary or an accountant. F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector 12; Honors 10; Shorthand Cert. W ILLIAM J. CAMPBELL 209 Belmont St. W. "Nap" plans to be an electrical engi- neer. He enjoys playing his drums and likes friendly people. EILEEN F. CANAYAN 90 Sunrise Dr. N. Eileen is employed by the Prudential Insurance Co. She enjoys funny peo- ple and Italian food. Her future plans include becoming a secretary. Pep Club 11. 12 CAROL J. CANNON 151 Candia St. E. After graduation Carol hopes to be- come a teacher. She likes roast pork and friendly people . . . dislikes con- ceited people. F.T.A. 11, 12; F.N.A. 12; Pep Club KENNETH \Y. CANNON 141 Sea St. N. Ken hopes to be a happy millionaire. He likes girls with a good personality . . . slow drivers annoy him. Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom. Comm.; Sr. Dance Comm. J - PAUL J. CARACCIOLA 25 Kingman St. W. Paul, an active C.V.O. member, fills his spare time by working at Tedeschi's and playing basketball. He likes corn and Pastrami . . . dislikes school lunches. After graduation he plans to become an electrical engineer. Intramurals 10; Chess Club 10; A.V. Club 10 EDWARD M. CAREY 16 Pepper Rd. S. Ed spends the better part of his spare time surfing. He enjoys cheeseburgers but dislikes school lunches. A college education and a trip to California are his main goals. Wrestling 11; Intramurals 10 [AMES M. CAREY 478 Broad St. W. Jimmie spends his time working at Curtis Farms, participating in basket- ball and attending C.Y.O. activities. He enjoys Italian food . . . plans to be a drawing teacher. Student Council 10; Open House; Bas- ketball Intramurals 10 PAUL G. CAREY 16 Pepper Rd. S. Active in the C.Y.O. "P.C." enjoys surfing and basketball. He likes peo- ple, but dislikes conceited people who talk too much. Paul plans to attend college next year. Intramurals 10; Soph. Party Comm. 10; Track 11; Jr. Party Comm. 11; Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11; Monitcr 10; Talent Show 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12; Hockey 11 JOAN F. CARNEY 177 Hibbiscus Ave. W. Joanie likes to sketch, sew, and shop for clothes. She enjoys listening to the Jefferson Airplane and Wilson Pickett. Unhappy people depress her. Joanie hopes to attend New England School of Art and become an interior decora- tor. Art Club 10; Library Sophomore Party 10; Secretarv 12 Art StafT 10; Mr. Dolan's BARBARA A. CARRIERO 499 Summer St. W. Barbara, who works at Jordan Marsh, hopes to attend a modeling school next year. Chinese food and swim- ming are Barbara's main likes, while conceited people bother her the most. Sophomore Party; Spanish Club 10 MARY P. CARROLL 100 Union St. W. Since Marv has an interest in people, she enjoys working as a dietary aide at South Shore Hospital. Attending school next vear and becoming a sec- retary are Mary's immediate plans. Campus Sales 11; Reflector 12 MARJORIE A. CARVER 82 Rinaldo Rd. N. Margie can be found working at Har- vard Stadium's concession stands. She enjovs people who are funny and dis- likes people with no pep . . . plans to become a secretary. F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Gymnastics 10, 11. Co-captain 12; Pep Club 11; Honors 10, 11; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 100 FRANCES D. CASEY 72 Campbell St. S. Fran enjoys listening to rhythm and blues, but dislikes Chinese food, hip- pies, and gvm. After graduation, Fran hopes to become a Veterinary Assistant. ANNE L. CASSELL 1 Argyle Court E. Anne likes people who are kind, con- siderate, and friendly. She dislikes Mondav mornings and taking tests. Anne is planning to become a dental assistant after graduation. F.B.L.A. 12; Nurses 12 Pep Club 12; Future 56 JOLENE N. CAZZOLA 108 Worthen Ave. W. Jolene. who likes Italian and Chinese food hopes to attend art school in the future. Reflector Art Staff 11, Editor 12 DENNIS C. CELESTINO 43 Roberts Dr. S. "Papino" is the lead singer in the group, "The Reason Why?" He likes music that is uptight and out of sight. He hopes to make lots of money. STEPHEN D. CENTOLA 30 Nelson Rd. S. Steve likes all kinds of music. He plays the trumpet in his own band, '"The Blue Mist", performs in various orchestras and sings in choirs. Steve plans to attend college, and major in music. Band 10, 11. 12; Orchestra 10, 11; Chorus 10, 11; Talent Show 10; Lab Aid 10, 11 JACQUELINE A. CHAMBERS 51 Pearl St. N. Jackie is a Nurse's Aid at Pope Nurs- ing Home. She likes soul and blues, and drag racing. After graduation she hopes to attend a business college. Secretary 12; Pep Club 11; Office Help 10; Shorthand Cert. 60 JOHN F. CHANNEL! 95 Pine St. S. John works after school at Star Market. He is officer in DeMolay . . . dislikes cafeteria food. John plans on major- ing in a scientific field in college. Cross Country; Indoor Track; Spring Track; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Chess Club WILLIAM H. CHEVERIE 14 Standish St. N. Golf, bowling, and sports occupy most of Harry's spare time. Music of all varieties interest Harry and his only dislike is work. His future plans in- clude attending a business college and obtaining his C.P.A. CURTIS W. CHITTENDEN 29 Circuit Rd. S. Sophisticated people interest Curt . . . dislikes cafeteria style food. Col- lege is in Curt's future plans. Senior Class Play 12 MARJORY R. CHMIEL 29 Chard St. E. Janice Joplin and the Jefferson Air- plane help Margie to keep smiling . . . she hopes to study fashion design. Likes to sketch and shop for clothes. Honors 10; Library Art Staff 10: Soph- omore Partv 10; Art Club 10; Reflector Staff 12 CHRISTINE J. CICCARELLI 207 Wessagussett Rd. N. Chris enjoys dancing and swimming . . . an individualist, she plans to study business in California. DONNA M. CICCARELLI 207 Wessagussett Rd. N. Diminutive Donna hopes to exchange the sundaes and confections ot Friend- ly 's for the coffee, tea, or milk of an airline stewardess . . . she serves as secretarv for her C.Y.O. F.B.L.A. 11; Spanish Club 10 Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 10 57 PAUL M. CIGNA RELLA 34 Essex St. W. 'Cigi' enjoys working on cars and waiting on girl customers at his gas station. In the future he plans to run a Super Speed Shop. He claims he is different because he is always fighting with his girlfriend. He is presendv the Publisher of Editorials in the Vocation- al School Newspaper. Student Govt.; Office Duty; Open House; Hockey 10, 11; Sr. Prom. Comm. DAVID A. CILLEV 872Commercial St. E. David, who holds a spare time job at Bergson Ice Cream Parlor, dislikes WBZ but can be found listening to WBCN. He is interested in most sports . . . plans to attend college. Honors 10; Bank 10; Track 11, 12; Football Scoreboard 12; Intermural Basketball 11 JAMES P. CLANCY 269 Idlewell Bid. W. Planning on attending college and tak- ing pre-med courses are in Jim's future. Popular music and working at Mam- mouth Mart occupy Jim's spare time. Wresding 10, 11, 12 LEROY K. CLARK 46 Highland Place S. A collector of stamps and coins, Lee plans on a future as a physicist. High Honors 10; Honors 11; Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation; Com- puter Club 12; Chess Club 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; Wresding 10, 11, 12 BETTY M. CLARKE 76 Whitman St. E. Bettv looks forward to a career as a hairdresser ... a connoisseur of Italian foods, she works for Star Market. RICHARD E. CLIFFORD 69 Ydlage Rd. E. When not working at Grass Instru- ment Company. Rick enjoys weight- lifting and collecting coins. Loud mu- sic and dancing appeal to him but homework does" not. After high school, Rick plans to further his education in electronics. Wresding 11 ROBERT F. CLINKSCALE 19C Memorial Dr. W. With an eye toward the sky, Bob an- ticipates a future in meteorology after college. After school working in a machine shop fills Bob's spare time. Honors 10; Chess Club 11 DAVID L. COATES 25 Sandy Way N. Entering the service and then becom- ing a lithographer lies in David's future. He spends his spare time work- ing at Pace Color Separation Studio and is interested in people. Open House 10, 11, 12 RICHARD E. COBBETT 258 River St. X. Active in C.Y.O., bowling, and reading fills Richard's spare time. People who walk slowly in the school halls are Rich's only dislikes. Ski Club; Riding Club; Winter Track; Spring Track KATHLEEN A. CODY 103B King Ave. W. Sharply dressed boys are among Kathy's many interests. Working at Howard Johnson 's, dancing, and cook- ing occupy much of Kathy's spare time. Her future plans include attend- ing college to become an interpreter. J.M.S.V. 10. 11, 12; Chairman Hos- pital Project 12; Cap and Gown 12; Reflector Homeroom Rep. 11; Honor Roll 10. 11 58 PAUL E. CODY 228 King Phillip S. Outgoing and lively, Paul is treasurer of his C.Y.O. Landscaping, working at The Chef s Hat, playing the guitar, and golfing take up some of his time. Future plans include college. Winter Track 10, 11; Spanish Club 10. 11; Kev Club 12; Ski Club 12 ROBERT T. COFFMAN 74 Apple Tree Ln. W. Friendly and happy-go-lucky Bobby is active in his Parish C.Y.O. He en- joys working on cars and dislikes getting a haircut. Bob plans to enter the service. DONNA M. COLASANTI 21 Veronica Lane E. Working part-time in a dentist's office, Donna plans to become a dental as- sistant. Donna likes Chinese food and new Camaros. Mr. Dwyer's Secretary 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Advertising Staff 12; Stu- dent Council 10; Office Worker 10; French Club 10; Honors 10; High Honors 11 PETER B. COLASANTI 40 East St. E. A ski and car enthusiast, Pete also works at Supreme Market. After at- tending college, Pete hopes to enter the field of oceanography. Intramurals 10; Ski Club 11, 12;Chem Lab. Asst. 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 CHRISTINE E. COLBY 29 Stillman St. E. Energetic and friendly, "Tiger" en- joys sewing, bowling, and listening to Jefferson Airplane. A sure success as a Physical Therapist. High Honors 10, 11; Reflector Staff 11, 12; Mardi Gras 11; Cheerleader 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. ELIZABETH A. COLBY 145 Westminster E. Hard-working Betty enjoys all kinds of people . . . hopes to work in an office after graduation. She is dis- pleased by conceited people. ELIZABETH A. COLLIER 77 Grant St. E. Vivacious Sue, is an active member of the Human Rights Council and C.Y.O. She likes friendly people and Milky ways . . . hopes to become a cartoonist. Enjoys listening to the Beades. Sophomore Party; Junior Party; Pep Club; Reflector Art Staff; Ski Club; Sr. Prom Comm. JOHN E. COLLIER 77 Grant St. E. John's major interests are his job, pool, and girls. Among his many likes are The Beades, intelligent people, and chunky food . . . dislikes opera and sweet potatoes. He hopes to at- tend college in the near future. MARY E. COLLIGAN 69 Vine St. W. Outside of school, Mar enjoys horse- back riding, skating, and psychedelic music . . . dislikes conceited people. A career in nursing lies in Mar's future. Language Lab Asst. 11; Reflector Ad- vertising Staff 12 RONALD G. COLLINS 26 Pine Circle S. Sports-minded Ron enjoys playing tennis, football, and basketball in his spare time. A career in designing lies in his future plans. Chess Club 10, 11, 12 59 JOHN R. CONLIN 15 Samoset St. S. Mechanically minded "Red", works at the Cameo Theatre in his spare time. His future plans include attending col- lege to study business management. Honors 10, 11 EDWARD L. CONNOLLY 144 Jaffrey St. W. Ed, a cashier at First National, re- laxes by playing golf and skiing. He loathes homework, but enjoys Chinese food. Plans to attend college, prefer- ably Northeastern, comprise Ed's im- mediate future. Ski Club 11, 12 DIANE M. CONNOLLY 85 Norton St. N. Diane, a countergirl at Sylvia's Sub Shop, plans a career as a music thera- pist. Her love of music will certainly be an asset . . . dislikes plasticene people. Charley's Aunt 10; Thurber Carnival 11; Gazebo 12; Talent Show 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Reflector Staff 10, 11, 12; f.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; High Honors 10, 11; All State Chorus 12 JANE E. CONNOLLY 292 Summer St. W. Lively and outgoing, Tracey can be found working at Bergson's IceCream Parlor or attending basketball games. She likes french fries, chocolate milk, and Rowin and Martin. A business college lies ahead for her. Monitor 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Gymnastics 11; Campus Staff 11. 12; F.N.A. 12; Book Fair 12; Ski Club 11, 12 PATRICIA E. CONNOLLY 249B Lake St. E. Pat prefers friendly people, burnt food, and all tvpes of music. She dislikes insincere people. At present, she is considering a career in teaching or social work. F'.T.A. 12; Tutoring Program 11 JANE I. CONNORS 19 Hunter Terr. S. Friendly Jane is interested in all types of people. She enjoys painting and listening to folk and classical music. She plans to further her education in college. Theatre Arts 12; High Honors 10; Honors 11; Dramatics; French Club ROBERT J. CONNORS 347 Green St. N. Jeff, a car enthusiast, is especiallv in- terested in Chevys. In his spare time he keeps occupied bv plaving the drums. Jeff plans a career in engi- neering after high school. Band 10. 11, 12; Honors 10, 11, 12; Computer Programming Club 12 DAVID W. CONROY 29 Gale Rd. W. Dave's special interests include sailing and playing pool. He is also a mem- ber of the Senior Pilgrim Fellowship. Submarine sandwiches are, without doubt, his favorite food. Dave plans to further his education after high school. Chess Club 11; Computer Club 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Ski Club 11, 12 ROBERT S. CONRAD 17 Danbury Rd. S. Bob is a true sports enthusiast. Al- though he is also a member of the school football team and track team, he also finds time to play hockey. He likes the taste of steak, but dislikes school peas. His future plans include college. Football 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11, 12 T WILLIAM T. CONYTLLE 19 Bates Ave. S. Bill, shy but friendly, keeps busy by playing high school and C.Y.O. hock- ev. His favorite food is steak and he enjoys popular music. Showoffs and school peas are among his dislikes. After graduation he plans to attend college. Spanish Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Basketball 11, 12 60 MARGARET J. CONWAY 17 Cedar St. E. Maggie works after school and also assists at Girl Scout and Brownie meet- ings. She likes to eat mashed potatoes. She finds that sincere people are the best kind of people. Her altuism will certainly benefit her in her future oc- cupation, teaching. Monitor 10: F.H.A. 10 PETER J. CONWAY 35 Wilbur St. S. "Tweetie" spends his time playing ten- nis, participating in C.Y.O., and cash- iering at Curtis Farms. He likes steak and root beer but hates school baked beans. He hopes to attend U. Mass. and become a millionaire. Tennis 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 12; Key Club; Intramurals 10; Ski Club 12; Cap and Gown Comm.; Stu- dent Council Alt. 10; Monitor 12 JACQUELYN M. CORBO 16 Jacquelyn Rd. W. With a future as a social worker, Jackie now attends the Cinderella Modeling School. Having played the piano for ten years, she enjoys all types of music . . . dislikes anv kind of math. Art Club 10; Library Art Staff 10 LINDA J. CORDONE 63 Central St. S. With her sweet smile and experience as a nurse's aid, Linda will surely be a success as a nurse. She enjoys pizza, popular music, and people with a good sense of humor. F.N.A. Secretary- Treasurer; Sr. Class Play 12 BRUCE E. COREY 26 Soper Ave. \Y. Bruce, Yice President of his church E.Y.C., works as a mechanic at West- ern Auto. He hopes to become a mech- anical engineer. Band 10, 11, 12; District Festival 11 KATHLEEN L. CORRIDAN 1023 Front St. S. Lively Kathy likes turnips, Russia, and castles. Traveling throughout the country lies in her future plans. Theatre Arts Club 12; Sr. Play 12; Honors 10 GEORGIANA CORSON 65 Norma Ave. W. Georgiana likes working at the Coloni- al Nursing Home, cooking, and popu- lar music. She dislikes English and snobs. She plans a career as an X-ray technician. F.B.L.A.: F.H.A. MARY COSGROYE 16 Hewett Rd. N. Mary, who sews in her spare time, dislikes snobbv people. She hopes to become a typist or a secretary. Cap and Gown Comm; F.B.L.A. ALAN T. COSTELLO 28 Irving Rd. N. Pudge, who dislikes snobby people, collects butterflies as a hobby . . . plans to attend college. Intramurals 10 MARY E. COTE 35 Clapp Ave. W. Mary can usually be found out of doors . . . probably horseback riding. As a finalist in the Miss Cinderella Contest, she will pursue a modeling career. Art Club 10; Jr. Party Comm. 61 CLIFFORD R. COWLES 62 Colasanti Rd. N. Working at Burger King, collecting stamps and coins, and girl-watching, occupies much of Cliffs time. He dis- likes hamburgers, and loud people. A college education lies ahead for him. Math Lab Asst. 12; Chess Club 11, 12; Tutor 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Reflector 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Gymnastic Team 12; Intramurals 10; Honors 10, 11 MARY P. COVENEY 533 Randolph St. S. Mary, who likes friendly people, works at Remick's. In the future, she hopes to go into retailing and become a buyer. F.B.L.A. 11; Ski Club 11 B M i7M SHAWN 1). COVENEY 25C Memorial Dr. E. When not working, Shawn spends much of his time at the Immaculate Conception Parish Center. After grad- uation, he hopes to go to a business college or enlist in the Navy. KATHLEEN C. COWLEY 61 Jos Fern. Ct. E. Kase, who plays the guitar in an all- girl group likes Italian food and all types of music. In the future, she would like to open a music store. D.E.C.A. MICHAEL J. CRAFFEY 25 Fiske Ave. E. Mike, who appreciates thoughtful peo- ple will attend a prep school after graduation. Dislikes hypocrites. Football 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10 NEIL S. CRONIN 23 Joan Terr. E. Stevie presendv works for the A. and L Sawdust Cabinet Shop and plans some- day to have his own Cabinet Com- pany. He also enjoys horseback rid- ing and all kinds of sports. Honors 10 DARLENE R. CRONK 55 Hinston Rd. E. Darlene's future plans are undecided as yet. Her favorite foods are subs and pizzas. Disfavors snobs. Fashion Show 11 GAIL M. CRONK 55 Hinston Rd. E. After graduation, Gail hopes to be- come a file clerk or receptionist. She enjoys cooking and babysitting . . . Admires progressive people. F.H.A. JAMES P. CROWE 22 Washington Cir. After graduation Jim plans to enter the service. He is interested in all kinds of sports. He likes sports cars but women drivers annoy him. Student Gov. 11, 12 MARY-ANN CRIUCKSHANKS 30 Eisenhower Rd. S. "Grog", who is President of her church vouth group and on the church basket- ball team, also finds time to work at Mammouth Mart. She is undecided about her future as vet. 62 JOYCE C. CUGINI 210 Randolph St. S. An active member of Rainbow, Joyce hopes to attend a business school for two vears. Most of her spare moments are taken up bv a part-time job at Bob's Donut Shop. Loves Cape Cod. ROBERT J. CULLEN 55 Homesteace Ave. \Y. Bob would like to continue his educa- tion at Northeastern, studying civil engineering. He enjoys most every type of sport, music, and food . . . Can be found working at Kelly's. JOSEPH M. CULLINAN 267 West St. W. Joe, an avid sports enthusiast, likes any kind of food and appreciates good music. His plans include attending a college in business administration. MICHAEL A. CULLIVAX 101 Park Ave. W.S. Mike, who is planning to enter the field of computers, can be seen now- working at Curtis Farms. He likes all food and music, but dislikes people always in a rush. Ski Club 11; Football 11 RITA M. CUMMINGS 137 Summer St. \Y. Rita's present work as a nurse's aid will be helpful to her when she some- day becomes a dental assistant. She likes sociable people. Senior Prom Comm.; Pep Club 11 MAUREEN E. CUNNINGHAM 28 Norma Ave. W. "Mo" works as a nurse's aid and is planning a career in nursing. She likes popular music, traveling, and meeting people . . . dislikes moody people. Jr. Prom Comm.; Pep Club 11; In- tramurals 11; F.N.A. 11, 12; Gazebo Tickets 12 DENISE P. CURRAN 44 Elinor Road S. Always full of fun, friendly Denise has avid interests in both skiing and swimming . . . likes singer Dionne Warwick and Chinese food, but dis- likes people who always frown. After graduation, she hopes to attend a school of Data Processing ... a sure success in anything she attempts. Gazebo 12; Reflector 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 JOHN F. CURRAN 130 Bald Eagle S. Jack, who will further his education, has an interest in military law. He enjovs carving wood, and sports, and foreign people . . . works at Zayre's in his spare time. Football 10; Track 10; Intramurals 10; Lang. Lab Aid 10, 11; Chem. Lab. Aid 11, 12; Campus 11; Honors 10 KATHLEEN P. CZOCHANSKI 217 Pine St. S. Kathy, who is planning a career in teaching, holds many interests: danc- ing, sewing, tennis, and swimming. She appreciates all types of music and smiling people. Pep Club 11; Library Club 11; F.T.A. 11, 12 JOSEPH J. D'AGOSTIXO 12 Dwyer Lane E. In his spare time "Dag" plays his guitar and works on "'the Bird," his car. "Auga" is active in C.Y.O. and is presently Treasurer of Immaculate Conception C.Y.O. He plans to enter the service after high school. Open House 10, 11, 12 63 RONALD \V. DAILEY 616 Pleasant St. E. "Dill" is especially bothered by loud people. C.Y.O. basketball and a part time job constitute his outside interests. He likes pizza and fried clams. A college education lies ahead. Intramurals 10; Monitor 10; J.. M.S. V.- C. 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 ELAINIE E. DALEY 90 Donnellan Cir. N. Lanie is a quiet girl with a mind of her own. Her hobbies are skiing and playing the guitar. In her spare time she listens to the music of Jimi Hendrix and the Jefferson Airplane. Next year she hopes to go to college to meet more unusual people . . . works at Jordan Marsh. Spanish Club 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11; F.T.A. 11 CYNTHIA J. DALEY 657 Middle E. Cyndy plans a career in the business world upon graduation. Talent Show 10; Folk Music Show 10; Ski Club 11; Chorus 11 FRANCIS R. DALEY 262 North St. N. Dick has an interest in sailing and tennis as well as cars. He likes honest, stable people, and also "most every- thing." Dick has a pet peeve concern- ing old men in fast cars, and also dislikes French, hippies, and cole slaw. In the future he plans to pursue a career in journalism or advertising and to enlist in the Air Force. Language Lab Aid 11; Football Mgr. 12; Gazebo 12; Honorable Mention Art Award 10 DENNIS J. DALLESANDRO 73 Hill St. E. In the near future, "Del" hopes to attend Franklin Institute and then enter the service. He enjoys rock and roll music, fast cars, and girls. Among his dislikes are psychedelic music and hippies. GAYLE A. DAMIGELLA 32 Ocean Ave. N. Gayle is a friendly, outgoing person who enjoys folk music, friendly people, and Italian food. Gayle plans to go into law as her career. She will some- day make an active politician. Re/lector H.R. Rep. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm. 11; Folk Music Society 11; Mardi Gras 11; Publicity Comm. Chairman Gazebo JANET R. DANIELE 40 Patricia Lane S. Jan works at the librarv in her spare time and also plays the guitar. She likes considerate people and adults who will listen to the voice of the young. Janet, the youngest member of the senior class, hopes to become an interpreter. French Club 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Computer Lab. Aid 12; Folk Music Society 11; High Honors 10, 11 GARY B. DAVID 629 Commercial St. E. A future cabinet maker, "Cringe" also plans to enter the service. His interests include girls, all sports, and all kinds of music. He dislikes bossy people. Honors 10, 11 FRANCIS E. DAVIDSON 33 Humphrey St. \V. "Pork-U-Pine" plans to be a success- ful printer. He likes roast beef and dislikes cafeteria food. In his spare time he enjovs listening to "The Cream." HAROLD F. DAVIDSON 252 B Lake St. E. Harrv, a soul music fan, enjoys "Whoppers," Italian foods and fast cars. He dislikes loud people and has the distinction of being able to say he likes school lunches. Harry's future includes Massasoit Community Col- lege and a career as a certified public accountant. Talent Show 10; Honors 10, 11 64 . 1 1 ■ 7 . / • ■ NANCY DAVIDSON 69 Karlyn Rd. W. Xancv, who plans to become an ele- mentary school teacher, would like to attend Bridgewater State College. She enjoys sewing, all kinds of food, and the music of the Young Rascals. Ski Club; Spanish Club; Pep Club 10, 11; Honors 10 DEBORAH A. DAVIS 93 Constitution S. Debbie is a friendly and cheerful girl who enjoys football games and walnut ice cream. Her pet peeves are snobs and being beaten at speedball. In the future, she plans to attend Quincy Dental School and become a dental technician. Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. McCarthy's Sec. 12; Mr. Murphy's Sec. 12; Campus Rep. 10; Chorus 10; Reflector Adv. 12; Shorthand (60)and (80) Cert. PATRICIA DAVIS 52 High St. E. Pattie is an avid football fan and loves going to W.H.S. games, sewing, and the Doors. Pat loves children and would like to become an elemen- tary school teacher. Student Activities 10; Jr. Partv Comm. 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11. 12; French Club 12; French Tutor 12; Gazebo Tickets; Reflector Adv. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 DIAXXE L. DEACON 18 Pratt Ave. N. Dianne. a volunteer at Quincy City Hospital, is also the president of her vouth group. She enjoys both snow and water skiing. Dianne would like to travel to a foreign country and to teach English or a foreign language. Librarv Staff 10; French Club V. P. 10; Folk Music Show 10; Ski Club 11; Conservation Club 11, Co-Chairman 12; Reflector Lit. Staff 11; Prose Ed. 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; High Honors 10, 11 CAROLYN M. DAWES 540 Middle St. E. Carol cooks, sews, and babysits. Her favorite pastimes include ice skating, boating, and camping. She likes fast cars and dislikes conceited people. Carol wants to become a secretarv. MARY L. DECOSTE 56 Wachusett Rd. X. Mary is an athletic girl who loves tennis, swimming and waterskiing. She enjoys Chinese food and plans to work for the government. Student Council 10, 11, 12; Class Sec. 11. 12; Cheerleader 11, Capt. 12; Charley's Aunt 10; Thurber Carnival 11, Monitor 10, 11, 12; High Honors 10, 11 MATTHEW P. DELAHUNT 168 Pond St. S. Matt enjoys working on cars and listen- ing to soul music in his spare time. He likes friendly people and dislikes those who are short-tempered. Mart's future plan is to enlist in the Navy. EDMUND DELLA VALLE 67 Union St. S. Eddie is active in all sports, especially hockey and golf, and participates in C.Y.O. He is a gambler who likes Chinese food, modern music, and friendly people. His dislikes include the school lunches and hypocrites . . . would like to go to college. Key Club 12; Ski Club 12 BARBARA L. DEL GALLO 52 IdleweU St. W. Barbara makes all her own clothes and works at Jordan Marsh in her spare time. Fun-loving and always friendly. Barb likes pop music and fun-filled people. She dislikes hippies and people who are put-ons . . . would like to be a nurse. Librarv Staff 10; French Club Sec. 10; Sr. Xom. Comm. 12; Honors 10, 11 GARY M. DELLO RUSSO 69 Aha Rd. E. "Del" works at the Star Market and interests himself in girls and cars. He likes Italian food, soul music, and friendly people, but dislikes conceit and boastfullness in people. He plans to attend college and pursue a career as either a dentist or a veterinarian. Chorus 10, 11, 12 L 65 ELLEN M. DELOREY 65 May Terrace S. Ellen an outgoing girl with an unusual laugh, loves Chinese food as well as Italian food. Her favorite music in- cludes blues and jazz . . . plans to major in languages and to travel while doing government work. Cheerleader 11, 12; Student Council 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Campus Sales 11, 12; High Honors 10, 11 KATHLEEN A. DELUCA 75 High St. E. Kathy works as a cashier at the First National Supermarket. She likes Chin- ese and Italian food, butdislikes school lunches. In the future, she plans to go to business college and become a legal secretary. Office Worker 10; Student Act. 10; Spanish Club 10; l'ep Club 1 1; F.B.L.A. 11, Campus Sec. 12; Mr. YanNeste's Sec. 12; Reflector Adv. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 TERESA A. DELUCA 7 Washburn St. E. Teresa likes to dance, and enjoys par- ticipating in C.Y.O. activities, especial- ly sports. Her likes include pizza and friendly people. In the future Teresa would like to attend college and become an elementary school teacher. Mardi Gras 11; Honors 10, 11 \YILLL\M A. DEMPSEY 14 Lyme St. E. Hilly is a fine athlete who particularlv dislikes being on a losing team. He enjoys Italian food, but dislikes report cards. Billy would like to attend college. Football 10, 11, 12; Hockey 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Conserva- tion Club 11, 12 LINDA L DESMOND 81 B Memorial Drive E. Linda, who has a job at Jordan Marsh, especially enjoys sewing her own clothes. She also likes popular music and cheerful people. Next year Linda would like to attend the Peabody school of dress-making, and make clothing her career. F.B.L.A. 11; Library Club 10, 11; Spectrum Staff 10 LINDA DETOMMASO 48 Iron Hill St. E. Linda, an active member ofherC.Y.O., enjoys Chinese and Italian food, and especially likes the music of the As- sociation. Next year, she would like to attend Bridgewater to become a teacher of elementary grades. Mardi Gras 11; Intramural Basket- ball; High Honors 10; Honors 11 LAUREN M. DEVER 56 Endicott St. E. Lauren, who works at the Windsor Button Shop, hopes to attend the col- lege of her choice next year. W ALTER M DEVINE 41 Pearl St. N. Wally enjoys eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches while listening to Bob Dylan. He claims his hair makes him different from other people. MARK A. DEVLIN 10 John Quincy N. "Frog" enjoys music of all kinds and plays in a band on weekends. He likes all types of people, except those who are two-faced. In the future, Mark would like to go to college and become a doctor. Football 10, 11, 12; Sr. Norn, Comm. 12; Weight Lifting 10, 11, 12; Intra- murals 10, 11 PATRICIA A. DEWEY 36 Squanto Rd. N. Pat, a future hairdresser, works at Curtis Farms and sews in her spare time. She likes Italian food and friend- ly people who talk about football games. She especially dislikes moody people. Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Spanish Club 10; Shorthand Cert. 60 66 DAVID C. DEYOUNG 23 Off Station E. Dave is an active C.Y.O. member who likes sports of all kinds and Italian foods. Next year, Dave would like to attend either Northeastern or Bridge- water State. Track 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; Intramurals 10, 11; Honors 10, 11 DONNA L. DICKERSON 1053 Pleasant St. E. Donna, a quiet and friendly girl, en- joys all VV.H.S. sports as well as snow and water skiing. An active member of C.Y.O., Donna plans to become a teacher. Spanish Club 10; Pep Club JOYCE R. DIBONA 26 Tirrell St. N. Joyce, the treasurer of her distributive education group, plays the guitar, likes long hair, and hates white socks. Joyce likes surfing, boating, and being just like the other members of her class. In the future, she hopes to pursue a ca- reer as an airline stewardess. Pep Club 10, 11 DIANA N. DINL'CCI 49 Bradmere Way N. Interested and involved, Diane is an active chorus member who likes stormy weather, music of all types, colorful clothes, and people who enjoy being themselves. Theatre Arts Club 10, 12; Playreading Committee; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Librarv Aid 12; Chorale 11, 12; Southeastern Mass. District Music Festival 12; Po- litical Affairs 12; Reflector 10, 11, 12; Campus Staff 12; French 10, 11, 12; Gazebo; High Honors 10; Honors 11 PETER E. DODWELL 55 Cornish St. E. Smiling, fun-loving Pete enjoys every- thing, especiallv prefers good-natured people. His only dislikes are freaks and idiotic questions. Next year Pete would like to attend college. Football 10, 11, 12; Weight Lifting 10, 11, 12; Intramurals; Jr. Usher 11; Sr. Prom Comm. 12 KERWIN E. DOHERTY 383 Neck St. N. "Pedro" likes sports and Friday nights; loud music and Chinese food. He dis- likes being nagged, Monday morn- ings, and country-western music. Next year, he plans to attend the Norwich Military Academy. Wrestling Team 10, 11; Intramurals PATRICIA M. DOHERTY 83 Westminster Rd. E. Pat is an unusual person who enjoys traveling, music, and writing. She dis- likes onions and too-straight people. Frank Zappa, Tim Hardin, Boston, garlic pizza, and Chinese food are her favorites. After graduation, Pat wants to go to college and work for the government overseas. Talent Show 10 MARY M. DOINE 16 Revere Rd. E. Mary likes many sports, including pool, swimming, and ice-skating. She plans to become a social worker after attending college. Miss Andem's Sec. 12; Honors 10. 11 PHILIP P. DOLAN 1019 Main St. S. Phil enjoys hockey and likes to travel. He dislikes lobster, country music, and conceited people. Someday, Phil plans to do government work after attending college. Hockev 11, 12; Intramurals RITA A. DONOGHUE 109 Front St. W. Rita, a future airline receptionist, likes to water ski, swim, and deep sea fish. She enjovs Italian food, lollipops, and people with a sense of humor. DIANNE M. DONOVAN 124 Charles Diersch St. E. Friendly and active, Dianne is vice- president of her C.Y.O. She has a part-time job giftwrapping. Her future plans include attending secretarial school . . . dislikes conceited people. F.B.L.A. 12; F.T.A. 11; Book Fair 12; Office Worker 11, 12; Mr. Fox's secre- tary 12; Ski Club 12; Campus Secre- tary 12 MARY L. DONOVAN 46 Putnam St. E. Mi mi likes all kinds of sports, cokes, soul music, and trouble makers. Al- ways on time for detention, she would like to become a policewoman. Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11 MICHAEL C. DUFF 104 Center St. N. Mike, who spends his spare time work- ing at Curtis Farms, enjoys all sports and any kind of modern music. He dislikes people who think they're better than anyone else. DONNA L DUKER 1 1 Parnell St. N. Donna's special interests are design- ing clothes and attending football games. Friendly people with a sense of humor please Donna the most. Mrs. Wheeler's Secretarv 12; Riding Club THOMAS R. D UN LAY 96 Pierce Rd. W. WOrking at Kennedy's takes up the major part of "Buffs" spare time. Although he dislikes two-faced people, he enjoys basketball, good music, and nice-looking clothes ... he plans a career as a commercial artist. Basketball 10, 1 1, 12; Key Club Vice- Pres. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; English Book Room 12; WHSDT 11. Co-captain 12 JOSEPH M. DURANT 686 Broad St. E. Photography, his favorite hobby, and attending Weymouth High's hockey games take up the major part of Joe's time. His future plans include attend- ing college and becoming a physician. Camera Club 11, President 12; Film Makers Club 12 GARY J. DURANT 27 Bradley Rd. N." Although Gary hopes to be a disc jockey in the future, he is more inter- ested in surfing and his job at Stop and Shop at the present time. He en- joys progressive rock . . . dislikes conceited people. SUSAN P. DYWER 36 Oak Ridge Cir. E. Susie, who likes french fries and friend- ly people, spends her time working at Curtis Farms or skiing. She dislikes Italian food and conceited people. Her future plans are uncertain. Future Teachers Club 12; Ski Club 11, 12 RAYMOND E. DYSON 203 Pond St. S. Ray spends his spare time flying air- planes and working part time. He plans to become a commercial pilot . . . likes people who are honest, but dislikes insincere and immature people. KATHLEEN A. EACOBACCI 36 Carroll St. E. Kathy hopes to go into the theater in the future. She likes food she cooks herself and admires mature, intelligent people . . . dislikes intolerant people. Theatre Arts 10, 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; Reflector 11, 12; Talent Show 11; Gazebo 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Political Affairs 12; High Honors 10, Honors 11; Nat. Merit Letter of Com- mendation 68 JOHN T. EATON 27 Red Jacket Road S. Working part-time fills up most of John's spare time . . . enjoys soul music and eating pizza but dislikes meatloaf, fish, and fast music . . . col- lege-bound. THOMAS V. EBBS 210 Belmont St. \Y. Tom is interested in all sports and works part time for the Herald Trav- eler. He likes pizza, The Cream, and friendly, outgoing people. His tutu re plans are indefinite. Weight Lifting 10 LEE ANNE EBURN 57 King Phillip S. Lee Anne hopes to become a drafts- woman after graduation. Her spare time is filled by a part-time job, activi- ties in her church fellowship, and the piano. GAYLE E. EGERTOX 192 Idlewell Blvd. W. "Puff," who works at Star Market, enjoys both snow and water skiing. Her chief dislikes are snobs and home- work. She would like to become a teacher. F.T.A. 11. Club 12 12; Campus Rep. 10; Ski JOYCE E. ELLIS 279 Randolph St. S. Joyce, active in C.Y.O. is adietarvaide at South Shore Hospital, and plans to become a nurse. She likes friendly peo- ple and Italian food, but dislikes cliques. J.M.S.V.C. 10; Reflector Rep. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; F.N.A. 12 KAREN D. EMILSON 82 Alroy Rd. S. Karen, who enjovs skiing and tennis, also likes both the piano and sewing. President of her fellowship, she works at the A & P. LIpon graduation, she hopes to study fashion buying and il- lustration at college. Tennis 11, 12; Council 12 Ski Club 12; Student D. BRUCE ESHNER 952 Commercial St. E. Bruce, who enjoys roller skating and participation in DeMolay, would like to attend San Francisco State College. He appreciates people who smile. Chairman Library Art Comm. 10; Gymnastics 10; Tennis 10, 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Computer Club 12; Chorus 12; Gazebo 12; Talent Show 11; Solo & Ensemble Festival 11 JOHN A. ESTANO 513 Essex St. \Y. "Estee" presently works for a realty company and eventually plans to have his own company. As President of the W eymouth Hot Rod Association he is kept quite busy. He enjoys playing football and dislikes psychedelic music. Sr. Nora. Comm.; Cap and Gown Comm.; Cafeteria Monitor 10. 11. 12 GARY F. EVANS 43 Bicknell Rd. N. Gary likes to learn through experiences and enjoys walking down streets in the early morning. A folk music en- thusiast, he especially favors Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, and Joan Baez. Chess Club 10 ROBERT T. EVANS 3 Ocean Ave. N. All sports appeal to Bob. He especial- ly likes fast cars. His future plans in- clude entering the Air Force. 69 THOMAS G. FARDY 41 Banian Dr. E. Tom, who plans to go on to college after graduation, spends his spare time working at the Boston Motel. His chief dislikes are seafood and television commercials. Intramurals 10; Chess Club 10 CHARLES F. FARRELL 37 Essex St. W. W hen not working at Bob's Drive-In, Chuck can be found water-skiing or plaving hockey. Among his dislikes are flirtv girlfriends . . . likes soul music and Italian food . . . being a policeman lies in his future. Intramurals 10; Honors 10 DENISE L. FELL 62 Hinston Rd. E. Denise spends her spare time driving, swimming, and ice skating. She ad- mires basketball games and consider- ate people, but has no special dislikes. Teaching is her chosen career. F.T.A. 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 1 1; Re/lector 11 DOROTHY A. FERRETTI 459 Broad St. W. Dottie is active in C.Y.O. and works at St. Colletta's in her spare time. She hopes to attend Fitchburg College and later teach special education. Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11; F.N.A.ll; Riding Club 1 1 GAIL S. FERRIS I 5 W indsor Rd. W. (Jail enjoys horseback riding, good music, and parties. She plans to go on to college and become a teacher. Riding Club 11; Ski Club 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, Gymnastics 10 LYNNE K. FERRIS1 5 W indsor Rd. W. I.vnne loves most sports, especially surfing, skiing, and horseback riding. She is fond of fun-loving people, the beach, and football games. Riding Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Book Fair 12 RICHARD D. FERRY 71 Squanto Rd. X. Working at Sears and Roebuck takes up Rick's spare time. He enjovs work- ing on cars and sunny days. He dis- likes plaving cards. Open House 10, 11; Honors 10 LOIS R. FETTERMAN 117 Knollwood Circ. \V. Lo spends her leisure time reading, sewing, knitting, cooking, and skat- ing. After graduation, she plans to go to business school and to marry eventually. SHEILA M. FILES 36 Emerson St. E. Sheila, who works at Tufts Library, would like to go to L'. Mass. and be- come a teacher. Going to the Surf is one of her favorite pastimes. F.T.A. 12; Pep Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Honors 10 RICHARD G. FILLON 56 Puritan Rd. E. Richard, who likes to play guitar and write songs, hopes to go on to college after graduation. He spends his spare time working at Mammoth Mart. 70 PAMELA A. FINN' 77 Sutton St. W. Pam. who likes to sew, works at both the Tufts Library and Welcome Farm. She plans to major in languages at college. Drama Club 10; French Club 10, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Math Lab Aid 12; Reflector Rep 11; High Honors 10, 11; Nat. Merit Letter of Commen- dation; Nat. French Contest 10. 11 FRANCIS W. FINXEGAN 12 Karlyn Rd. W. Fran loves surfing and girls. School lunches and quiet girls annoy him. His goal is to become an architect. Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10. 11; Key Club 12; Weight Lifting 10, 11 KAREN A. FISKE 26 Hilldale Rd. S. Karen is interested in dramatics, poetry, and human rights. Her fav- orite singers are Simon and Garfunkle, Janis Joplin, and Donovan. Karen's goal is to attend Boston State after graduation. Dramatics 11. 12: Sr. Class Play 12; J.M.S.V.C.; Thurber Carnival 11; Theatre Arts Club 12; Honors 11 NANCY J. FISKE 12 Roland Rd. S. Nancy who is active in Rainbow, is vice-president of her church youth group. She participates on her church basketball team. She hopes to attend U. Mass. Honors 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; Thurber Carnival 11; Sr. Class Play Comm.; Chorale 12; Grad. Dance Comm. DENLSE M. FITZGERALD 138 Front St. Friendly Denise, interested in meeting new people, enjoys all summer activi- ties. People who try to impress others and untidiness annoy her. She plans to become an accountant. F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Honors 10. 11; Pep Club 10. 11; Mr. Concannon's Sec. 12 KATHLEEN R. FLAHERTY 285 Pond St. S. "Flash", active in Weymouth Fair Housing and other Human Relations, tuturs in Roxbury. Narrow minded and conservative people are among her dislikes. Honors 10, 11; Corridor Monitor 10; Folk Show 10; Reflector 11, 12; Cam- pus 11; Thurber Carnival 11; Mardi Gras 11; Folk Music Society 11; Politi- cal Affairs Club 12; Sr. Class Play 12: J.M.S.V.C. 12; Theatre Arts Club 12 JOSEPH P. FLANAGAN 17 Grandview Rd. N. Sandy, works at Sears in his spare time and goes sailing in the summer. He likes lobsters and Folk Music . . . hopes to attend college after gradua- tion. DEBORAH A. FLETCHER 74 Park Ave. S. Debbie, an avid dancer, plans to be- come married after graduation. She enjoys horseback riding and all types of food. RICHARD W. FLAVIN 95 Circuit Ave. S. Rick plays bass guitar and enjoys all types of music. Insincere people and things that don't work right displease him. He hopes to become rich after attending college. Talent Show 10; Monitor 10: Gym- nastics 12 ANDREW D. FLY NX 58 Glendale St. W. Andrew, who is interested in dramatics, likes Janis Joplin, Barbra Streisand and Judy Collins. Honors 11; Political Affairs 12; Thea- ter Arts 11, 12; Sr. Class Play 12; Thurber Carnival 11; Mardi Gras 11 tW 71 JOHN F. FLYNN 179 Central St. S. A surfing enthusiast, John likes Jimi Hendrix, Steppinwolf, and the Cream. He plans to go to college, get rich, and surf. High Honors 10, 11; Nat. Merit Letter of Recommendation 12 KATHLEEN E. FLYNN 89 Mandalay Rd. S. Kathi makes and sells posters. She loves surfing, pizzas and friendlv peo- ple. Plans to travel across the country and to England highlights her future. Bookfair 10, 12; Re/lector 10; Riding Club 10 ELIZABETH A. FOLEY 38 Alden Road W. Betty loves all types of music and helpful people. She enjoys reading, sewing and ice skating . . . dislikes sea food. Attending a business school is her future plan. Honors 11; Typing Award 11; F.B.A. 12; ShorthandCertificate 60, 80 LLOYD W FONTAINE 76 Newbert Ave. S. Working in the kitchen at South Shore Hospital, Lloyd plans to become a chef. He likes people who say the right thing at the proper time . . . dis- likes people who are constantly talking. DOl'CIAS W, FORD 299 Thicket St. \Y. Doug enjoys most sports, reading and collecting stamps. His future plans in- clude going to college and becoming an accountant. KATHLEEN A. FORI) 17 White St. S. A quiet and thoughtful girl, Kathy works part-time at First National. She enjovs knitting and collecting stamps and coins. She also babysits and can be found cheering our team on to vic- tory. She pursues a career as a book- keeper. DANIEL J. FORRESTER 26 Caldwell St. N. Dannv's spare time is spent working at Morey Pearl's. His special interest is in water skiing but enjoys all sports. He likes to listen to records by "The Cream and "The Vanilla Fudge" . . . dislikes soul music. Office Dutv 11 JAMES L. FOSTER 94 Union St. S. Jimmv is fun to be with and likes friend- ly people and all foods. His future plans are undecided as yet. He can also be found on the ski slopes. Spring Track 10, 11; Ski Club 11 -J itk RICHARD X. FRANCO 343 Essex St. E. With his keen wit. Red will make friends wherever he goes. He enjoys soul music, Chinese food and "whoppers." Dislikes losing a game. He plans on going to school but his future is un- decided. Is active in C.Y.O. also. Football 10, 11, 12; Hockey 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Wrestling 10; W.H.S. T.V. 11, 12 72 LESLIE A. FRAYLING 152 Carolyn Rd. S. A friendly person, Leslie likes to swim, skate, and play basketball. She would like to pursue a career as a nurse and to learn how to skydive. Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 11; Con- servation Club 11, 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 ANN L. FREEMAN 30 Edward Cody Lane S. With her personality and sense of hu- mor, Anni-pie can be found at parties and having a good time. She likes "'Snoopy" and would like to graduate before her plans are made up. She works at Curtis Farms and dislikes snobs and school food. Future Nurses 11; Pep Club 11; Mr. Concannon's Sec. 12; Honors 10; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 MADELINE V. FUCILE 39 Homestead Ave. W. Lin can be found cheering our teams on at all the games. A friendly girl, Lin enjoys artichokes, the Beatles, Or- pheus and working at Curtis Farms. She dislikes bad drivers. Her future plans include either Fashion merchan- dizing or a career in Phys. Ed. Gym Team 10, 11, 12; Cheerleader 12; Stud. Art. 10; Dramatic Club 10; Computer Club 12; Ski Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12 DIANNA L. FUCCI 147 Lake St. E. An all around girl, Dee likes hot fudge sundaes, and cheese burgers. People who are snobby and late rank low in her book. She works part time at Curtis Farms and likes to have a good time. Future Nurses 11; Pep Club 11 ROBERT E. FUQJJA 79 Essex St. E. Bob is one of those people that just likes to have a good time. He likes psychedelic music, jokes, chicken, and listening to the radio. He would like to go to college and study forestry agriculture. Wrestling 10, 11. 12; Cross Country 11, 12 JAMES A. FURBUSH 38 St. Anne Rd. E. A real joker, "Frub" works at Radio Shack and would like to study elec- tronics. He enjovs the Beatles, Chinese food, fried clams, fribbles, and frisbees in that order. He dislikes phonies and soul music. Chess Club 11, 12; A.V. Asst. 11, 12; WHS-TV 12; Lab Asst. Club 11; Lang. Lab. Aide 10, 11; Sr. Play Crew LAUREN J. FUSHI 59 Epping St. E. With her sparkle and love for life, Laurie's career as a designer will make her quite a success. She plays the guitar and works part time at Grant's. Phonies and being broke are low- ranking. Reflector Art Staff 12; Spanish Club 10; Art Club 10; Dramatic Club 10; French Club 10; Talent Show 10, 11; Honors 10; High Honors 11 MARY L. GATCHELL 50 Wadaga Rd. N. Just having a good time suits Mary fine. She dislikes whoppers and people who gossip. Her foods include egg- rolls and most Italian food. Shewould like to attend Chandler School for Women after graduation. CLAIRE M. GATTO 1661 Commercial St. E. Always there with a new joke. Claire enjoys having a good time wherever she goes. She enjovs all types of food. Snobs and phonies rank low with her. Plans for the future are undecided. FRANCIS X. GAUGHEN 151 Front St. W. Frank may seem quiet at first, but when you get to know him he's an instant friend. He enjoys sports such as skiing, hockey, sailing, and base- ball. He plans to attend college in the future. Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Campus 11, 12; Ski Club 11; Riding Club 11; Chess Club 11, 12; French Club 12; Honors 10 DOROTHY E. GAYTON 155 West St. S. Dorothy can be found working part- time at Grant's. Italian food, modern music, and good natured people ap- peal to her . . . plans to become a hairdresser and eventually own her own salon. Monitor 10 73 DENISE M. GERMAIN 29 Doris Drive N. CAROLE J. GEDDIS 19 Riverbank Rd. N. (Carole, always fun to be with, likes football games, basketball, and swim- ming. During the summer she works as a life guard. She would like to be- come a psychologist and work with people. She dislikes hot peppers, com- positions, and superior people. Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; French Club 12; Reflector Rep. 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 All those that know Dede like her instantly. Always fun to be with, she likes babysitting, all kinds of people, dancing and horses. College after graduation is definite. She would like to become a Spanish or biology teacher. Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; Chorus 12; Riding Club 10, 12; F.T.A.; Pep Club 11, 12; Reflector Rep. 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Cap and Gown Comm.; Honors 10; High Honors 11 DANIEL C. GERRIOR 62 Sea St. N. "Mr. Daniels" is employed part time by Anderson-Little Company. He also finds time to bowl with a league . . . likes girls and friendly people and dislikes smoking rules . . . plans to attend Bryant and Stratton. Intramurals 10; Audio Visual 10; Re- flector; H.R. Rep. 11; Ski Club 12 WAYNE C. GERSTEL 15 Meredith Way W. Wayne is loads of fun, no matter where he is. He dislikes baseball, which is really something to make him different. He really likes people who are them- selves and most foods. He would lik< a career in college, but is not yet de- cided as to what it will be. KATHLEEN A. GHILARDI 66 Glendale St. Kathy loves swimming, boating, and scuba diving as well as lasagna and friendly people . . . plans a successful career in data processing. Mr. Eagon's Secretary LIANNE M. GIAMPIETRO 75 Hawthorne St. E. Enjoying life at its full extent is "Peachy "s" main goal. Active as a committee head in C.Y.O. and work- ing at St. Coletta's take up most of her time. Can also be found at the Surf and on the ski slopes. "Peachy" pursues a career in therapy. Campus 10, 11. 12; F.H.A. V P. Rec. 11; F.T.A. 11; F.N. A. 12; Pep Club 11. 12; Christmas Concert 11; Ski Club 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Monitor 10; Re- flector H.R. Rep. 10 ANN K. GHUBLIKIAN 50 Ralph Talbot S. A real individualist, Ann will be a success in whatever she pursues. She enjoys sports, music, and school. Col- lege lies ahead for Ann. Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11; Campus 12; Computer Club 12; French Club 12; High Honors 10, 11; Nation- al Merit Semi- Finalist CHARLES J. GIBBONS 273 West St. S. Always full of fun and laughs "Chas" is a member of the St. Francis Drum and Bugle Corps and works part time at Chef's Hat. Fried food, pizza and all-around people rank high with Charlie. The Marines after gradua- tion or an architectual career is sure to be successful with Charlie. Spring Track 10, 11. 12; Winter Track 11, 12; Cross Country 12; A.V. Aide 11. 12 BRUCE A. GIBSON 160 Jaffrey St. E. As soon as the first snowfall is here. "Gibbie" will be seen on the slopes. Besides skiing, "Gibbie," also enjoys rock music, golf and all kinds of peo- ple. An active member of C.Y.O., two faced friends and hypocrites rank low. He would like to attend college and become a business executive. Monitor 10; Ski Club 11. 12; Intra- murals 10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Spring Track; Honors 10; High Honors 11 RICHARD B. GIFFORD 24 Hilldale Rd. S. "Giff" is a car enthusiast. Likes all kinds of rock music. Working part time at Howe and French Chemical Co. and under the hood of a car, keep him quite busy. After graduation, he would like to go into the army and then go to school. Wresding 10; Intramurals 10 74 JOHN M. GILBERT 530 Summer St. \Y. Working at Miller Blue Print Inc. and sports occupy most of "Gil's" time. He likes steak and singer Judy Collins. School lunches and real short hair on girls are low on "Gil's" list. STEPHEN G. GILL 244 Broad St. W. A new arrival here from Quincy, Steve has really been a welcome addition to Weymouth High. Dances, parties, and surfing are tops with him. Steve would like to go into politics. Latin Club 10, 11; Rifle Club 10; Jr. Delegate at Large 10; Monitor 12; Sr. Class Play til GLENN S. GILLIS 44 Essex St. W. With his keen wit and personality. Glenn will be a sure success in college studying electronics. Working part- time at Star Market and being active in Youth Fellowship occupy most of Glenn's time. He enjoys Chinese food and psychedelic music. A.Y. Club 11, 12; Chess Club 11; Riding Club 11; Lab Asst. 11; W.H.S. T.V. 12; Dramatic Club 10 FRANK C. GILPATRICK 131 Columbian St. S. "Copper" holds a job at a gas station and enjoys working on model cars. His future plans include joining the Naval Air Reserve and a career in auto body work. He likes people with a good sense of humor. Jr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Cap and Gown; Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 12 MICHAEL G. GLADIS 35 Meridith Way W. Mike enjoys life immensely. He es- pecially likes Chinese food, jazz and people who can take a joke. Noisy people don't rank at all with Mike. He plans a career in the Navy. Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; Weight Lifting 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10 KEYIN M. GLYNN 136 Central St. S. Kevin is always full of fun and laughs. He is active with C.Y.O. basketball and among his likes are pizza, the Rascals, the Fudge and the Cream. Outgoing people are tops with Kevin. He would like a career with computers. Computer Club 12; Pep Club 11, 12 PATRICIA E. GLYNN 50 Center St. E. Having a good time and enjoying life to its full extent keep "Glynnie"happy. She likes blonde, blue-eyed boys, the Beach Boys and Surfers. Bleached hair and those who drag along in the corridors are among "Glynnie's" dis- likes. She is active in C.Y.O. and would like a career as a secretary in the airlines. F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Mr. Dwyer's Sec. 12; Honors 11 BARBARA J. GOMER 66 Anthony Rd. E. Barb will be a success with her stu- dents as a high school math teacher. She enjoys fried clams, all types of music, and dancing. Barb works part time at Andy's Restaurant as a waitress and claims she enjoys school. Riding Club 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Chorale 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Computer Club 12; Math Tutur 11. 12; Campus Rep. 10; French Club 10; High Honors 10, 11 JOHN F. GODDARD 63 Thompson Rd. N. An avid surfer. Jack can be seen where the waves are. Surfing, basketball, tennis, and football are among Jack's interests. He dislikes the noncon- temporary and hypocrites. Jackwould like to enter the Marines after gradua- tion. Chess Club 10, 11. 12; A.Y. Club 12; Sr. Class Play 12; Wrestling 10: In- tramurals 10 ELIZABETH Y. GORDON 11 Mt. Vernon St. E. A thoughtful girl, Beth works as a waitress at the Heritage Room at Jor- dan Marsh. She enjoys horseback riding and is on her church basket- ball team. Liver and people who talk behind your back don't tally with Beth at all. Would like to become an air- line stewardess and travel to Israel. Glee Club 11, 12; Intramurals 10, 11, 12; Chorale 12; Library Staff 10 75 i 3t ST ■ PETER S. GORDON 11 Mt. Vernon E. Pete spends his spare time at Bergson's Ice Cream working part-time. He en- joys contemporary and FM rock mu- sic. He would like a good job with a good future. Indoor and outdoor track 10, 11; Cross Country 11; Computer Club 12; Math Team 11, 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Political Affairs 12; Intramurals 10; Honors 10, 11 JOHN F. GORMAN 29 Wright St. S. "Eagle" works as a cook at S. S. Hos- pital and enjoys eating, sleeping and girls. He can be found at the Surf and would like a career in the Navy or to become rich. Taking life easy is his main goal. Spring Track 10 SUSAN J. GOTTBERG 23 Norfolk St. W. Sue works part-time but also finds time to bowl and watch sports events. She lists friendly people among her favorites and snobs as her dislikes. She hopes to attend Bryant and Strat- ton Business School and become a medical secretary. Pep Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; U.K. Messenger 11. 12 MARILYN 1). GRAHAM 69 Forest St. S. Marilyn spends her spare time work- ing in Jordan Marsh as a salesgirl. She enjoys skiing and tennis; dislikes cliques. Majoring in Spanish at the University of Vermont is in her future. Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11; Ski Club 11, 12; Re- fleeter Rep. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Honors 10, 11 fOHN GRAMAZIO 31 Sanderson Ave. E. Jack, assistant manager of the hard- ware department in J. M. Fields, spends his spare time collecting coins. He likes girls, Italian food, and most cars; dislikes girls in rollers and Fords. He hopes to enter retail merchandising. Intramurals 10; Honors 10 PAUL VV. GRANT 55 Sunnvplain, W. Quiet and witty, Paul is a great sports enthusiast . . . plans to attend a tech- nical college after graduation. Intramurals 10; Monitor 10; Honors 10 CHARLES P. GRASSIA 5 Lincoln St. N. An individual. Charlie likes open minded people, unusual situations, and Barbra Streisand. Two faced people annoy him. The worlds of music and big business lie in his future plans. Chorus 10, 11, 12; Brigadoon; South East District Music Fest. 11, 12 ELEANOR L. GRAY 23 Twilight Path E. Quiet in school, Eleanor works as a cook in a snack bar. She enjoys B.L.T.'s and friendly people . . . can't stand being broke. Nursing school calls Eleanor. Campus 12; Jr. Party Comm. 11; F.N. A. 12; Sr. Class Play FREDERICK F. GRAY JR. 23 Twilight Path E. Teddy, when not working at the Red Coach Grill, is found hitting the pins at his favorite lanes. Sloppy people annoy him, but blues and folk music are his favorites. Further schooling is in his future plans. SHEILA B. GREEN 267 Randolph St. S. A transfer student in her sophomore year, Sheila works part-time at Tuft's Library. Among her favorites are cooking, pizza, and steak. Having few dislikes, she will surely be success- ful in college. Pep Club 11, 12; Chorus 11, 12; Jr. Prom Comm.; Sr. Class Play; High Honors 10, 11; Campus Co-Editor 12; Mardi Gras 12 76 I RUORY GREGG 84 Priscilla Circle W. Ruorv, a sports fan, spends most of his time playing basketball or bowl- ing. He likes school spirit and music bv the Doors. College is his immedi- ate plan for the future. Basketball 10, 11, 12 CLAUDIA M. GROSSI 63 Mt. Vernon East E. Claudia actively participates in C.Y.O. and attends dances in her spare time. Cauliflower is her chief dislike. She plans to attend college. Pep Club 11, 12; F.N. A. 11 MICHEL P. GROSSI 63 Mt. Vernon East E. "Snake" makes music in his spare time. He enjoys Italian food and jazz but dislikes lobster and marches. Even- tually Michel hopes to teach music and play professionally. M.C.H.; Bank; Town Civic Orchestra DAVID E. GUERNSEY 118 Academy Ave. W. Dave works at Grants in his spare time and belongs to the M.C.H. club. Pizza and Jimi Hendrix are among his favorites. Intramurals 10 ROBERT G. GUEST 45 Griffin Terrace S. Bob plays sports and partakes in C.Y.O. activities. Likes pizza and good natured people. College is his immedi- ate plan for the future. Intramurals 10; Hockey 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12 LINDA L. GUILLORY 25 Okala Rd. E. Linda sews and bowls in her spare time. She likes people who are always laughing and joking . . . dislikes peo- ple who look down upon others. She hopes to go on to accounting school after graduation. Library Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 10, 11; Sec. for Mrs. Wheeler ROBERT E. GUMPRIGHT JR. 25 Dwyer Lane E. Singing at the East Weymouth Con- gregational Church takes up most of "Gumps" time. During the summer he works as a life guard. He has plans to attend college next year. He enjoys friendly people and is annoyed by prejudiced people. Chorus 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Thurber Carnival 11; Talent Show 10, 11, 12; Library Club 10; Audio Visual 10, 11, 12; Senior Class Play 12; Chorale 11, 12; Folk Singing 11; Campus 12; Chess Club 10 GERALD M. HACKETT 14 Lochmere Ave. N. Happy-go-lucky, Jed works at the Dairy Queen and plays C.Y.O. sports. He likes good-natured people and swinging music. Although alwaysjok- ing, Jed is serious about going to college. Spanish Club 10: Intramurals 10, 11: Kev Club 12 ROBERT E. HACKETT 147 Middle St. E. "Nap" is kept busy working at Fratus Pontiac, acting as President of Senior Pilgrim Fellowship, and square danc- ing. Someday he hopes to open a print shop himself. Open House 11, 12 STEVEN M. HAGAN 37 Federal St. W. Always smiling and friendly, Steve works at a supermarket. He is also interested in sports. With Steve's per- sonality, he'll be a success, especially in college. Intramurals 10, 11; Spanish Club 11; Winter Track 10; Spring Track 11 77 II 1lM DAVID A. HAJJAR 971 Washington E. Dave, wlio plans a career in the busi- ness world, works part-time at a roller skating rink. DAVID F. HAKALA 1037 Pleasant St. E. Dave is busy working at Friendly 's and being active in C.V.O. He digs meatball subs, pizza, and folk rock. Dave's plans include becoming a phy- sicist in the aerospace program. Computer Club 12; Dramatic Club 10; Intramural Basketball 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Math Lab Asst. 12; Soph. Class Play; Student Council 10; High Honors 10. 11 KERRY E. HALEY 1589 Commercial St. E. Long-haired Kerry is kept busy with a part-time job and sewing. She en- joys all types of music, Chinese food and uninhibited people. College, with a major in music education, lies ahead for her. Chorus 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Riding Club 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Honors 10 DENNIS E. HALL 43 Sherwood Rd. N. A future In politics seems to be waiting for Dennis after graduation and a term in the army. Now he works after school and collects political letters and speeches. Dennis likes all kinds of food and music you can sing. Cross Country 10; Political Affairs 11 ELIZABETH E. HALL 84 Neck St. N. Liz works at Jordan Marsh and is active in the Curtain Call Theatre, besides sewing and dancing. She lis- tens to WBCN, [imi Hendrix, and the "Ultimate Spinach," Liz has a special interest in the "First Encounter." She plans to attend nursing school. Honors 10; Cafeteria Worker 10; F.N. A. 11, 12; Dramatics Club 10; Talent Show 10 RICHARD F. HAMMOND 60 Epping St. W. In his spare time Rick works at Mc- Donalds in North Weymouth and goes to Immaculate Conception C.Y.O. meetings. He likes steak, pizza, and friendly people . . . dislikes onions and people who are late. An individu- alist. Rick has hopes of becoming a history teacher. A.V. Club 10; Intramural Basketball 10 PETER R. HANEY 178 Pleasant St. S. Gym and onions are among Pete's favorites. His future plans include en- tering a school of accounting. He is an avid sports fan . . . dislikes people who flatter teachers. A. V. Club 10; Chess Club 10; Intra- murals 10, 11; Track 10, 12 JANICE G. HAMLIN 2 Albert Rd. E. Jan works in Gem's Jewelry Depart- ment. Horseback riding, bowling, piz- za. Bill Cosby, and "crazy, quiet per- sons who have something to add to this life," interest Jan. She plans to further her education. PAUL V. HANEY 178 Pleasant St. S. Friendly and fun-loving, Paul spends a lot of time at C.Y.O. He likes steak, roast beef, and pizza, but girls who wear a lot of make up especially irk him. He plans to take R.O.T.C. at Northeastern. Intramurals 10, 11; A.V. Club 10; Chess Club 10; Track 10. 12 ~ J tit CATHERINE A. HANTFAN 39 Greendale Ave. W. Tall, thin boys, Italian food, swim- ming, skating, and water-skiing rank high on Cathy's list. After gradua- tion she will attend a business college and then become a stenographer in a courtroom. 78 REXEE L. HAXKARD 131 Clinton Rd. E. Renee enjovs water-skiing, horseback riding, bovs. pomegrantes. and Gorilla Milk. She plans to do something along the line of designing or nursing. ANDREA M. HARDING 5 Albert Rd. E. Pretty and slim, "Andy" loves brown- eyed bovs and Chinese food. She will be a sure success as a secretary or a model. F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Secretary 12 DOXXA L. HARDIXG 35 Sailing Rd. X. Always smiling and cheerful. Donna likes friendlv people with good per- sonalities. She plans to attend a busi- ness school. F.B.L.A. 12; Campus Sec. 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 PHILIP F. HARDWICK 115 Randolph St. S. Phil likes listening to The Cream and The Ultimate Spinach while eating his favorites: steak, clams, and lobsters . . . detests fish. Phil wants to go on to college after high school. STODDARD H. HARDWICK 115 Randolph St. S. In his spare time Stod works at J. M. Fields and on cars. Gene Pitney, the Four Seasons, sea foods, and popular music are among his likes. He can't stand "snobby girls who talk too much" . . . plans to have a good time, enjoys life as much as possible, and make lots of money. Band 10, 11 JOHX F. HARRIXGTOX 102 Lorraine St. E. Playing golf and basketball occupies a lot of Jack's time. Unlike Popeye, he doesn'tlikespinach . . . likes winter sports, and Simon and Garfunkel. Jack has hopes of becoming a multi- millionaire. ROBERT F. HARRIXGTON 77 Apple Tree Lane W. Bob, an extrovert, keeps in shape by surfing . . . enjoys sociable people. Bob plans to attend college where he's sure to be a success. Intramurals 10; Monitor 10 SUSAN A. HARRIS 214 Evans St. X. Susan, who goes to all the Simon and Garfunkel concerts in Boston, works as a chambermaid at the Somerset Hotel. She intends to go to college in England. Campus Rep. 10; Monitor 10; Lang. Lab. Asst. 11; Political Affairs Club 12; Camera Club 12; Film Makers Club 12; Asst. Reflector Photographer 12; Honors 10 WILLIAM A. HARRIS 3 Church Apt. Xo. 1 E. Abe, an employee at the Federal Auto Body Company, plans to enter the service after graduation. He likes girls, cars (especially Fords), and pizza, but dislikes the wintertime. STEPHEX M. HAUGH 116 Belmont St. W. Steve's interests range between base- ball, indoor games, and the Beatles. A maxi-man at Stop and Shop, he intends to go into politics and some- day run tor president . . . dislikes prej- udiced people. Baseball 10 79 PATRICIA HAYES 286 Pine St. S. W orking part time as a cashier takes up much of Pat's time. Her interests include skating, dancing, and music. Pat hopes to attend Beth Israel Hospi- tal next year. Pep Club 11; Ski Club 11; Homeroom Messenger 12; Honors 11 HAROLD T. HAYWARD 26 Twilight Path E. A sports enthusiast, Tom likes to ski. He plans to study history in college . . . dislikes apathetic people. Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 11, 12; Ski Club 12 ROBERT S. HAYES 9 Riverbank Rd. N. Bob enjoys working on cars and water- skiing. Fords are his favorite kind of car. Honors 10, 11 JOSEPH A. HAYWARD 26 Twilight Path E. Joe's likes include drumming, food, and psychedelic music. He dislikes noisy people . . . will be successful in any field of work. Band 10, 11; Key Club 11, 12; Wrestl- ing 11; Honors 10 LORRAINE P. HEALY 37 Norma Ave. W. Friendly and active, Lori likes danc- ing, sewing, skating, and bowling. Macaroni and cheese, and snobs are among her dislikes. Plans to become a dental hygienist lie in her future. F.B.L.A. 11, Vice-Pres. 12; Jr. Prom Comm.; Mardi Cras 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Pep Club 11; Intramurals 11; Reflector Rep. RICHARD M. HEMPHILL 49 Perry St. E. Rick plays the guitar and eats steak . . . dislikes pizza. A career as a book- keeper lies in the near future. Model Car Club 11 I, " 4 WILLIAM J. HENDRY 125 Mt. Vernon E. E. Bill spends much of his time working at Anderson Little and surfing. Likes open-minded people and folk rock. Is irked by people who have no respect for other's ideas. After graduation, Bill hopes to pursue a career where something definite and worthw hile may be accomplished. Honors 10, 11; Nat. Merit; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Student Council; J .M.S.V.C.; Reflector Staff; Wresding; Bank 10; Tennis 10 BEVERLY J. HEINSTROM 123 Circuit Ave. W. Outgoing and talented, Bev enjoys bowling, sewing, painting, and happy people. She dislikes spinach and snobs . . . hopes to become a bi-lingual exe- cutive secretary- Ski Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; French Club 12; Drama Club 10; Intramurals 11; Honors 10, 11 JEAN P. HENDERSON 45 Mooreland Rd. N. Always smiling and friendly, Jeannie hopes to attend college for a Nursing degree. In her spare time she enjoys volunteering at Quincy Hospital and playing the accordion. Active in both her church youth group and basket- ball, she likes pizza and folk music . . . dislikes grouchy or conceited people. J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; F.N. A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 10; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Riding Club 10; Campus 12; Sr. Class Play; Honors 10, 11 DAVID W. HEYL 25 Fisher Rd. S. "Lil" Dave enjoys working on cars and presendy works at a gas station. After graduation he plans to enter the Army Reserve. Honors; Morning Exercises 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Student Gov. 80 XAXCY L. HEYL 25 Fisher Rd. S. Nancy, lively and friendly, enjoys ten- nis and sewing. Also in her spare time she finds time to work as a waitress at the Chef s Hat. Likes spaghetti and happy people. Dislikes smoking. Hopes to become a physical therapist. F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Dwyer's Sec. Lab. Asst. 1 1 12; JULIANN M. HINDY 7 East St. E. After graduation Julie hopes to attend business school and major in account- ing. She enjoys Italian food and works in her spare time. F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Warren's Sec. H.R. Representative 11 12; MARLENE A. HODGENS 121 Webb St. W. Marlene's friendly personality, will help her in her future career as a secretary. Happy people and soul music are among her likes . . . dis- likes Monday mornings. In her spare time Marlene sews and works at the Pope Nursing Home. Sec. of Student Council 10; Talent Show 10; Spanish Club 11; Fashion Show 11 STEPHEN L. HOLBROOK 56 Adams PI. S. Attending school to become an engi- neer is Steve's future plans after grad- uation. His outside interests include DeMolay and working for the A & L Sawdust Shop. He likes the blues, hunting, sailing and just regular peo- ple .. . dislikes the dress code. Chess Club 11 MATTHEW C. HOLMES 108 Herritage Ln. E. Matt, friendly and athletic, enjoys for- eign sports cars and interesting people. In his spare time he works at Remicks. Enjovs school and hopes to become an electrical engineer. Intramurals 10; Winter Track 10, 11; Baseball 10; Riding Club 12; Ski Club 12 PAUL L. HORRIGAN 118 Pilgrim Rd. N. College is in sight for Paul after grad- uation. In his spare time he works as a bus boy . . . dislikes conceited people. Cross Contry 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12 LINDA H. HOSMER 31 Emerson St. E. Linda, better known as Smiley, keeps busy in her spare time working at Tufts Library, watching baseball and football games. She is active in her youth fellowship of which she is secre- tary. Likes folk music, tootsie rolls, and friendly people. CHERYL A. HOTTE 41 Holly Hill S. Hottie enjoys hockey games and ski- ing. She likes holidays. Next year she plans to continue her education. Sec't. 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12 KEVIN F. HOUDE 72 Donnellan Cir. N. Kev enjoys playing football. He plans to continue his education in his trade at Fitchburg State College. DAVID M. HOWES 168 Middle St. E. Active in sports, Dave enjoys scuba diving and skiing. He likes long haired girls . . . dislikes those who talk too much. Next year he hopes to attend college. Football 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Gym- nastics 11, 12; Intramurals 10 i KATHY A. HOWES 168 Middle St. E. Kathy keeps busy by working as a sales girl at Remlcks. She is a sports fan . . . likes waterskiing and playing basketball. Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm.; Campus JACQUELINE L. HUDSON 1203 Main St. S. A part-time worker at Levargie's, Jackie enjoys driving around and eating piz- za and hotdogs. After graduation, Jackie hopes to attend Buteria Art School to become a fashion illustrator. ROBERT J. HUGGON 30 Holly Hill Cir. S. When not working at Supreme Mai kel. Bob enjovs golling. In the future, he would like to attend Northeastern Uni- versity and major in engineering. Monitoring 10; Cross Country Track 12 ELIZABETH A. HUNT 15 Relda Rd. S. Bettvann enjoys reading, dancing, and skating. She maintains a part time job at the A & P Supermarket. After graduation her field of endeavor will be nursing. Pep Club THOMAS W. HUNT 462 Ralph Talbot S. A future heavy equipment operator "Wollow" plans to enter the Navy after graduation. He presently works at a supermarket and enjoys eating. His favorite music is psychedelic. JANIS J. HUNTER 39 W inter St. W. Jan, a dynamic dancer, can be seen spreading joy wherever she goes. She likes honest people and soul music. Attending college and becoming a teacher are Jan's future plans. Talent Show 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Monitor 11, 12; Student Council 11, 12; Folk Show 10; Campus Faculty F^d. 12; Senior Class Sec; Jr. Prom Comm.; Honors 10; Sr. Prom Comm. ANN HURLEY 67 Wilson Ave. Cute and friendly, Ann can be found working at Friendly 's or eating break- fast in English Class. In her future, she plans to take up psychology and join VISTA. Spanish Club 10; Riding Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Gymnastics 10; Students Concerts 12 ARTHUR P. HURLEY 15 Branch Rd. S. Quiet and studious, Chip is an active band state member . . . hopes to at- tend Boston State College or U. Mass. His pet peeve is prejudiced people. Band 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 11; Cross Country 12 WAYNE F. HYLAN 40A Pond St. S. Wayne works at Grant's Department Store. His favorite song is "Those were the Days." His future plans are undecided. D.E.C.A. GEORGE W. INGS 17 Blueberry St. Billy goes for soul music and dancing. His outside activities consist of selling women's shoes, playing basketball, and going to dances . . . hopes to at- tend Maritime Academy after gradua- tion. Reflector Rep. 11; Riding Club 12 82 DONNA IRR 39 Dana Rd. Donna, who likes to have fun, plans a career in hairdressing . . . dislikes wise guvs. Pep Club 11 PAUL A. IWANSKI 32 Lantern Lane Paul who plans to be an electronics engineer enjoys using his amateur radio set. He is interested in Folk- Rock music ... he likes open-minded people. High Honors 10, 11; Lowell Tech 'Science Countdown' 11; N.S.F. Par- ticipant; Computer Club 12; Amateur Radio Club 12; Band 10, 11, 12; Chem. Lab. Asst. 11; Junior Usher JOYCE A. JACKA 67 Essex St. W. Jovce, the friendly waitress at Burger King hopes to attend Chamberlayne Jr. College and become a legal secre- tary. Likes the singing of DionneWar- wick, dancing, and detective stories . . . has no dislikes. F.B.L.A. 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; 12; Spanish Club 10. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Campus; Short- hand Cert. 60; CHARLENE A. JACKSON 27 Abbott St. S. Charl, a future marriage counselor, is presently employed at Armond's Sea Foods . . . likes the Beatles, Elvis, and Marines, but dislikes smokey places. JUDITH M. JACKSON 151 Mt. Vernon Rest E. Judy, Worthy Advisor of her Rainbow group, enjoys waterskiing and surf- ing. She likes friendlv people and spaghetti and her dislikes are few . . . Plans on becoming a Dental Assistant. Riding Club 12; Campus Sales Staff 12; Shorthand Cert. KAREN L. JACKSON 5 Rainbow Lane S. Karen, cute and lively, plays the piano in her spare time . . . likes meatball subs and peanut butter and jellv sand- wiches. Girls wearing rollers in public irk her . . . teaching lies in her future. NOREEN M. JACKSON 32 Vine St. W. Noreen enjoys horseback riding, ten- nis, bowling, drawing in her spare time. She would like to be a German interpreter. Likes boys with red hair and friendly, honest people. Dislikes talkative people. French Club 12; Honors 10; Riding Club 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus Rep. 10; Basketball WAYNE S. JANCATERINO 82 Mill St. W. Wavne, who's ambition is to become rich, works at Philbrick Nexus Re- search Inc. He likes underground music and radicals . . . dislikes teeny- bopper music. Honors 10, 11; Political Affairs Club 12; WHS-TV 12; Key Club 12; Spring Track 11 KAREN L. JACOBS 131 Lake St. E. Vivacious and bubbling with energy. Thumper enjovs attending Senior Pil- grim Fellowship and playing pool . . . Likes sincere people and steak. Thum- per's pet peeves are conceited people and Monday mornings. Hopes tojoin the Peace Corps and travel after grad- uation. H.R. Rep.; Re/lector 12; Campus Sec. 11, 12; Monitor 10 MARK P. JARVIS 91 Lambert Ave. E. President of his C.Y.O., Mark is a football enthusiast. Among his dis- likes are skinny people and snobs . . . likes Chinese food. He hopes to major in physical education at Springfield College. Honors 11; Football 10. 11, 12; Wrestling 10. 11, 12; Weight Lifting 10, 11 4* 83 fUDY M. [ENNINGS 88 Barbara Ln. S. Jude, who presently works at Grant's in So. Wey., hopes to own her own gift shop in the future. She enjoys foik singing and bowling. Chorus 10, 11 JACQUELYN J. JETTER 28 Karlyn Rd. W. Jackie, a future secretary, now works at Curtis Farms. She is a sports fan and also likes Italian foods. She dis- likes too much homework. F.B.LA. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Riding Club 10 LESLIE JEWELL 15 Bald Eagle Rd. S. Les is a Dietary Aid at the South Short Hospital. She hopes to attend North- eastern University and then to travel. She wishes it would be summertime all the time. F.T.A. 12; Orchestra 10; Chorus 10, 11; Ski Club 12 MARGARET M. JEVVETT 81 Prospect Hill N. Sweet and attractive, Penny loves sports and all types of people. Work- ing at Remick's and babysitting take up her spare time. She aspires to be- come an airline stewardess . . . dis- likes not being able to understand hockey. F.B.LA. 11, 12; Gazebo DANIEL J. JOHNSON 54 Weybosset St. N. When not studying, Dan can be found playing the piano. He plans to be a history teacher. Likes outgoing people and white socks ... is annoyed by showoffs. GAIL C. JOHNSON 63 Cornish St. E. Gail, a pretty student, loves Boston, the beach, and long haired boys. To travel and major in art at college are among her future plans . . . detests vegetable soup. LINDA L. JOHNSON 462 Union Street Linda, better known to her friends as "Twig," works part-time at J. M. Fields in Norwell. She enjoys people who have a sense of humor . . . dislikes gym. Her future plans include attend- ing a business or hairdressing school. PEGGYLEE JOHNSON 16 Monatiquot St. N. Peggy, who is president of Theta Pho, enjoys rock music and Snoppy . . . dislikes phonies and unsociable people. Becoming a fashion illustrator is in her future. F.B.LA. 11, 12 STEPHEN M. JOHNSON 785 Commercial Street A part-time worker at Jordan Marsh, "Stain" lovesonions . . . dislikesgym and serious people. After graduation "Stain" hopes to attend college. EDWARD R. JONES 40 Shaw Street Ed, who is a quiet boy, is an active member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Chess Club 11; Language Lab. Asst. 10 84 .TV- PETER H. JOYCE 270 Middle Street An active member of his C.Y.O., Peter would like to further his education by entering the field of business adminis- tration. He likes Chinese food, sports, and having a good time. Honors 11 JAMES E. JUNKINS 126 Pleasant View Street Jim, an active member of his C.Y.O. loves all sports. He works at Star Market and hopes to attend North- eastern and become an accountant . . . conceited people annoy him. LOIS E. JURIEVECY 85 Essex Street "Lo" loves all sports . . . dislikes ig- norant and snobby people. Her future plans are undecided. Honors 11 DEBORAH M. JUTSTROM 75 Oak St. S. Debbie enjoys hot fudge sundaes, mod- ern music, and skiing . . . aversion to people who walk slowly in the corri- dors. She is contemplating a career in retail merchandising after attending college. Chorus 10, 11, 12; Concert Choir 12; Tliurber Carnival; Gazebo 12; Campus 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Talent Show; F.T.A. 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 10. 11 ARMEN P. KABILIAN 113 Thompson Rd. N. When not working at Sears, Armen can be found at the Burger King. He would like to enter the Navy and then continue his education in drafting. His special interests are football, bowling, and playing cards. Honors 11; Open House 11. 12 CANDICE L. KAIN 49 Great Hill Drive N. Candy, a salesgirl at Sheridan's, loves sea food, especially fried clams. She likes friendly people . . . dislikes boys who hate girls with short hair. She plans to become a secretary. F.B.L.A.; Ski Club; Mr. Clancy's Sec- retary w JOSEPHINE H. KEANE 79 Mt. Vernon Road E. Jo, who works at Consumer Value, hopes to go to business school and become a secretary. She likes "whop- pers," tall boys, and little children . . . dislikes conceited people. F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Miss Toomey's Sec- retary SHEILA M. KEATING 8 Greycliff Road E. Sheila, an active member of her C.Y.O., hopes to attend business school. She keeps busy bv working at Fitzgeralds . . . Among her favorites are. all types of music, Italians, and friendly people. F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 10, 11; Mr. Rudolph's Secretary; Reflector Adver- tising Committee; Office Worker 10; Guidance Office 10; Honors 11; 60 Certificate Shorthand SANDRA L. KEDDY 1411 Main Street S. Sandie, when not working at Grants, loves to water ski. She hopes to be- come a stewardess . . . her pet peeve are boys who wear white socks. Chorus 10, 11; Glee Club 12; Pep Club 11; Riding Club 10; F.B.L.A. 12 JOANNE M. KEEGAN 64 Chas. Diersch Street E. Perhaps vou have seen Joanne's friend- ly smile as you've gone into Turnstvle in Quincy. Besides working. Joanne is Secretarv of Saint Alberts C.Y.O. and plans to become a nurse in the near future. Gymnastics 10; Office Help 10; F.N.A. 11, 12; Re/lector Rep. 12 STEPHEN L. KEENAN 76 Grecnvale Ave. W. "Lippy" plans to enter the Marines and then continue in his trade. He likes girls, cars, and all kinds of sports. He dislikes snobby people. CHERYL f. KEITH 29 Rosalind Road N. Friendly and full of fun, Cheryl hopes to attend college and become an ele- mentary school teacher after gradua- tion. She loves to eat pizza and Chin- ese food. Spanish Club 10; French Club 10; Office Helper 10; F.T.A. 12; Gazebo Usherette; Operation Kindness Award CHRISTINE R. KELLY 216 Jaffrey Street E. Chris, active in her C.Y.O., likes all kinds of music, dancing, and parties. W hen not having fun she works at Jordan Marsh . . . plans to attend col- lege and teach elementary school. Pep Club 10; Gazebo; Spanish Club 10; F.N.A. 12 JAMES R. KELLY 83 Elva Rd. N. In the near future, "Sneakers" intends to enter the Navy. He presently works at a gas station and likes fast cars. His special interest is water skiing. STEPHEN G. KEMP 110 Hibiscus Avenue W. Steve, a quiet, more reserved student, would like to become a missionary and serve in a foreign land. He likes to draw, listen to rock n' roll music . . . enjoys friendly, considerate peo- ple. Cap and Gown Comm.; High Honors 10; Honors 11 WENDY G. KEMP 32 Healy Road W. Quiet and cute Wendy enjoys modeling and listening to records. Pizza, Chin- ese food, and boys with beautiful eyes are high on her list of favorites . . . Gossipy people bother her. She plans to attend college in the fall. Cap and Gown Comm.; High Honors 11; Honors 10 DORIS H. KENTSTON 399 East Street E. Doris, who works at Mammoth Mart, likes anything with "Soul." She likes to go to the Sugar Shack and to "Soul Specials" held in town . . . Plans to become either a hairdresser or secre- tary Pep Club 10; Riding Club; F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 10 CAROL L. KENT 108 Cedar St. E. Carol, an active member ofherC.Y.O., enjoys sewing and ice skating. Warm and friendly, she will make an ex- cellent airline stewardess after gradu- ation. Office Helper 10; Chorus 10; Campus Rep. 10; Pep Club 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 12 JAMES M. KENNEDY 24 Pleasant View Road W. After graduation, Jim plans to attend a school of business. He now works at Bellingham's Hardware Store. La- sagna and friendly people are among his favorites . . . hippies and yippies irk him. lit irk ROBERT E. KEPPLE 555 Middle Street "Kep" loves eating Chinese and Italian food. His pet peeves are conceited people and crowded classrooms. He now works at the Braintree Plaza. 86 JOHN F. KERWIN 259 Middle St. E. Johnny, a stockboy at Capital Super- market, enjoys attending both profes- sional sports in Boston and at Wey- mouth High. He plans to attend col- lege and medical school. Tutor 11; Reflector 10, Honors 10; Honors 11 11; High DAVID M. KILLORY 111 Mt. Vernon Road E. Intelligent and friendly, David is a skiing enthusiast. He now works at Remick's and wants to attend college to major in government administra- tion. Likes all kinds of food and mu- sic .. . Interested in most people. J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; Chairman 12; Re- flector Staff, Treas. 11, 12; Ski Club, Treas. 11, 12; Student Council, Vice Pres. 12; Political Affairs Club STEPHEN J. KILROY 63 Healey Rd W. Happv go lucky "Gill" works part time for a carpenter and hopes to become a contractor. He enjoys hock- ey, hunting, basketball, and racing cars. He dislikes phonv people. Honors 10, 11; Open House 10, 11, 12; Student Gov. DONNA M. KING 10 Water St. E. Donna, a real individualist, enjoys sewing, reading, horseback riding and roller skating. She plans to attend a school of business and become an office worker. F.B.L.A. 12; Gazebo 12; Riding Club 12 DUANE A. KING 457 Washington St. E. An avid football and track fan, Duane is making plans for a career in busi- ness. Intramurals 10 DIANE M. KINSLEY 60 Fuller Rd. N. Di loves weekends but hates Monday mornings. Working part time at Grants, horseback riding, waterskiing, and watching stock car races fill Diane's spare moments. F.B.L.A. 12; Riding Club 12; Monitor 10 KEVIN S. KNEELAND 296 Willow St. Presently an employee at Malby Com- pany, "Neelee" plans to be a truck mechanic. He dislikes working on weekends. D I ANNE M. KNIGHT 9 Payne Ave. S. Dianne, who hopes to become a hair- dresser, now works part time at Gem. She loves to eat spaghetti and to listen to the Association. Because of her friendly personality. Dianne is sure to be a success. PATRICIA R. KNIGHT 103A King Ave. W. Pat can be found working in Brigham's at the Braintree Plaza or eating while listening to "soul" music. She plans to go on to college after graduation. Latin Ach. Award; High Honors 10 Honors 10; Junior Classical League 10, 11 DIANE M. KXOWLES 44 Judith Rd. N. An avid skier, "Di" is also an officer of her Fellowship. Likes active people and Italian food . . . dislikes snobs. Becoming a teacher, after attending either Bridgewater or Boston State is in her future. Office Worker 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Gazebo; Ski Club 11. 12 87 JOHN D. KOHLEK 59 Kensington Rd. W. Working after school fills most of John's spare time . . . likes to think of far away places. DONNA KKEITMAN 70 Standish St. N. A volunteer at Quincy Hospital and member of Operation Kindness, Donna still finds time to sew and play the guitar. Judy Collins and subs are among Donna's favorites . . . false people irritate her. Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 12; French Club 10; Mardi Gras 11; Cam- pus 11, 12; Conservation Club 11; Sec. 12; Ski Club 1 1, 12; Library Staff 10; Tutor 12; Book Fair 12;' High Honors 10, 11 FREDERICK KUJA 17 Vinson Road S. Kuj enjoys playing hockey, skiing, and working on cars. His special in- terest is girls with long hair. His im- mediate plans are either to join the Navy or to attend a prep school. NOREEN H. KUJA 17 Vinson Rd. S. Noreen enjoys C.Y.O. activities, sew- ing, and skiing during weekends. Eat- ing Chinese food and listening to Or- pheus are among her favorite past times . . . dislikes black spiders. French Club 10; Gymnastics 10; Cheer- leader 12; Pep Club 11; Mardi Gras 11; Honors 11; Gazebo; F.T.A. 12 JOAN M. KULIKOWSKI 65 Endicott St. E. Always happy, Joanie loves to par- ticipate in her C.Y.O. activities. Pizza, "soul" music, and the Beatles make her feel good . . . spiders scare her. She sees a graduation from U. of Mass. in the future. J.M.S.C.V. 11, 12; Library Club 10, 11; Riding Club 10 LEONARD P. KUPSC 87 Chas. Diersch Rd. E. Food and modern music are among I-ennie's favorites . . . dislikes skinny people and vegetables. Studying medi- cine at Hofstra are in Lennie's future plans. Intramurals 10; Gazebo; Key Club; Political Affairs Club 12; Book Fair 12 KAREN C. LABONTE 29 Mtg. House Lane E. Karen, who works at Curtis Farms, enjoys skiing, summers on Nantucket, and french fries with coke. She hopes to attend Syracuse and buy a TR IV. Her pet peeve is people who don't get involved. Sophomore Play 10; Campus Art Staff 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Gazebo Art Staff; Ski Club 11, 12 RICHARD F. LACROIX 25 Richard Road E. Hoping to attend Bentley College, Rich now works at the First National. An avid snow and water skier, Rich likes everyone. RICHARD VV. LADD 179 Commercial St. Chiko enjoys hot rod racing and dis- likes Fords. He works as a Cadillac mechanic. He hopes someday to be a speed specialist on Hi-Performance. NICHOLAS C. LAMPARELLI 5 Garey Rd. E. Nick, a member of his C.Y.O., likes sports and plays C.Y.O. basketball and baseball. He works at Jordan Marsh and hopes to attend the Marine Maritime Academy . . . likes friendly people. Student Council 10; Key Club 11; In- tramurals 10; Homeroom Rep. 10; Student Council Bookfair 10, 11 88 ROBERT S. LAMROCK 11 Genevieve Rd. E. Skiing, eating, and sleeping occupy Bob's spare time . . . roast beef, Jimi Hendrix, and individualists are among his long list of favorites. Dislikes turn- ip. Tiny Tim and loud people who are self-centered . . . heading for L.A. after graduation. Track 10, 11, 12; Football 10; Wresd- ing 10, 11, 12 SUSAN M. LANE 26 Weyham Rd. N. When not working at Kresge's, Sue enjoys target shooting and hunting. She also likes art, Italian food, and people with a sense of humor . . . would like to attend a secretarial school next year. D.E.C.A. DOROTHY LANG 38 Adams PI. S. Dott, a part time waitress, enjoys ski- ing. Her pet peeve is long hair on boys. College is in Dott's futureplans. With her sincerity, Dott is sure to succeed in the field of sociology. Honors 10; High Honors 11;J.M.S.- V.C. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Gazebo; Film Makers Club 12; Campus 12; French Club 10, 12; Theatre Arts 12 KENNETH P. LANG 1267 Pleasant St. Playing football and working on cars are "Hawk's" special interests. He dislikes homework. After graduation he will join the Air Force. Open House 11 GAIL M. LANOUE 24 Adams PI. S. Working at Boston Baby, reading, and racing occupy Gail's spare time. Llnpatriotic people annoy her. Gail likes friendly people and all kinds of music . . . hopes to become a legal secretary. F.B.L.A. 11; Reflector Rep. 10, 11, 12; Mr. Master's Sec. 12 DENISE A. LAROCCO 109 Charles St. E. Dee hopes to become a registered nurse, and is preparing herself by working as a nurse's aide. People who don't salute our flag irritate Dee. She likes one Italian boy as well as Italian food. Office Worker 10; Mr. Ciccese Sec. 10; Chorus 10, 12; F.N. A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 11 THOMAS F. LAURENCE 1009 Front St. S. As a member of St. Francis Xavier Drum and Bugle Corps, "Smothers" is kept busy in his spare time. He enjoys painting and hopes to be a lithographer. People who take no pride in their country annoy him. Open House 12 WILLIAM E. LAYERTY 15 John Quincy N. "Lav" works at Curtis Farms yet still finds time for surfing and skiing. An enthusiastic and friendlv person he will be a sure success as an electrical engineer. High Honors 10, 11; Jr. Usher 11; Student Council 10, 11, 12; Treasurer 12; Key Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Wresding 10; Monitor 11, 12 Cap and Gown Comm. PATRICIA A. LAWLESS 100 West St. W. "Lawl's" long red hair sets her aside from the crowd. Working as a cashier, horseback riding, and surfing are among her special interests. Pat hopes to become a commercial artist after college. Math Club 10; Gymnastics 10; Honors 10; Spanish Club 10, 11; Riding Club 10, 11 DENISE K. LAYTON 35 Spring St. W. Denise loves to visit fancy restaurants. When not working as a counter girl, one mav find her reading or cooking. Denise 's ambition will help her to go far as a teacher. Honors 10; High Honors 11;J.M.S.- V.C. 10, 11; Sec. 12; Mardi Gras 11; Charlie's Ann/: Pep Club; French Club; F.T.A. 89 DAVID J. LEARY 50 Clapp Ave. \Y. Dave plans to attend college where he will major in engineering . . . plays basketball for his C.Y.O. The guitar is a favorite pastime of Dave's. Basketball 10; Honors 10, 11 THOMAS F. LEARY 111 Park Ave. S. "Turtle," who enjoys tennis, baseball, and math, hopes to become an ac- countant. When not working at Curtis Farms, Tom likes to attend "wild" parties. Likes to have a good time . . . dislikes snobs. Chess Club 10; Spanish Club 10; Com- puter Club 12 WILLIAM E. LEARY 419 Pine St. S. English, sports, and money are Ed's interests. His ambition in life is to make a lot of money . . . dislikes phonies and stria teachers. Intramurals 10; Sr. Class Plav 12 JOANNE M. LEBLANC 8 Bradley Rd. N. Cheerfulness and sincerity are just part of Jo's personality . . . She works at Jordan Marsh. After graduation from Fitchburg, success as a teacher is cer- tain for Jo. She dislikes slow pokes in the corridors. French Club 10; Spanish Club 11; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11. 12 JOSEPH A. LEONE 330 East St. E. Joe works at Grossman's and plans to study computer programming. His enthusiastic attitude will carry him far . . . likes weekends, but dislikes Mon- day mornings. Intramurals 10; Campus Rep. 10; Jr. Varsity and Varsity Football Mana- ger 10; Wresding 10 DOUGLAS A. LENNOX 55 High St. E. After graduation Douglas plans to enter the Naval Reserves. He enjoys racing cars and nice days. Draft dod- gers annoy him. Honors 10 JOHN J. LENTINI 36 Danbury Rd. S. Skiing, cards, C.Y.O. and working at Supreme Market keep Jay occupied in his spare time. Plans for his future include Dartmouth and a medical ca- reer. Jay dislikes soul music . . . likes quiet music. Reflector Photographer 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Key Club 12; High Honors 11; N.M.S.Q.T. Let. of Recom- mendation DAVID A. LEVY 215 Roosevelt Rd. W. Dave, a member of the Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, likes all kinds of music and hopes to become a professional musician. Band 10, 11; Orchestra 12; Sr. Class Play: Sr. Nom. Comm. BRIAN LEWIS 70 Mt. Vernon W. E. Brian spends his spare time working at Howard Clothing, surfing, and ski- ing . . . dislikes soul music and school homework . . . hopes to attend the Maine Maritime Academv. Ski Club 11, 12; Dramatic Club 10; Soph. Class Play Dir. DAWN A. LILLA 21 Shawmut Ave. E. Always full of fun, Dawn works at Jordan's in her spare time. An active member of C.Y.O., she also likes to ski, and listen to soul music. Plans to attend U. Mass. Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11; Riding Club 10, 11 90 RICHARD E. LIXDSTROM 215 Front St. W. Rickv plavs football, wrestles, and goes to the beach in his spare time. Dis- likes pizza and soul music, but likes classical music. He hopes to become a physical education teacher and a football coach. Chess Club; Football 11, 12; Wrestling 11, 12 JOANN LITCHFIELD 15 Thompson Rd. N. When not listening to folk music, Jo goes horseback riding or she reads a favorite book. She hopes to go to an I.B.M. school in the future. F.B.L.A. 12; Riding Club 12; F.N.A. 11; Spectrum Staff 10; Chorus 12 4fh LEON G. LITTLEJOHN 239 Randolph St. S. Blonde-haired Lee likes pizza, music, and having a good time; however, he dislikes people who talk a lot. He keeps himself busy by playing cards. With his personality, Leon is a sure success. CHRISTINE M. LIVA 61A Jos. Fern Ct. E. Quiet but friendly, Chris plays the guitar in an all-girl rock group in her spare time. She enjoys rock and Span- ish music, dislikes people who walk too slow in the corridors. She's sureto succeed as a Spanish teacher. French Club 12; Film Makers Club 12; Sr. Class Play MARILYN A. LOMBARD 32 Brook Ter. E. Lvnn works at Avant Stationers in her spare time . . . likes Chinese food, soul music, and people who have a good sense of humor. In her future, a career in nursing beckons. Pep Club 11; Ski Club 11; Riding Club 10 DONNA M. LONGO 77 Elva Rd. N. Working at Brookbend Nursing Home takes up Donna's spare time. She likes Chinese food and soul music, and dislikes conceited people. Donna hopes to be an assistant technician at Mass. General Hospital. F.B.L.A. 11, Sec. 12 LESLIE M. LORDAN 417 Pond St. S. Les, who likes football and car racing, plans a career as an airline stewardess after attending New England Aero- nautical Institute. French Club 10; Riding Club 10; Dra- matics Club 10; Jr. Prom Comm.; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11 SUSAN J. LOSCIUTO 28 Cherry Lane S. Cute and lively, Sue is secretary of her C.Y.O. She plans to attend Bridge- water and major in elementarv educa- tion. Sue likes the Cape, friendly happy people, and plaving tennis. Shevearns to travel and see Hawaii. Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Cam- pus 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Honors 11; Mardi Gras 1 1; Riding Club 10; Ski Club 11. 12; Jr. Prom Comm.; Sr. Class Play RICHARD W. LOUD 114 Candia St. E. Rich, a member of DeMolay, works at Star Market, and enjoys most sports, especially rifle shooting. He hopes to attend college and travel around the world. Computer Club 12; Honors 11 JEANNE F. LOUGHAN 156 Middle St. E. Jeanne enjovs horseback riding, read- ing, and playing tennis. A Beade fan, Jeanne plans to become a social worker after college. Riding Club 10; Spanish Club 10; Pep Club 12; Library Asst. 12 91 SUSAN M. LOWE 22 Dixon Park Rd. W. Always smiling, Sue is president of her church youth group, a Sunday school teacher and a volunteer worker with the mentally retarded . . . likes pizza, folk music, and sincere people. She hopes to attend B.U. and major in physical therapy. Dramatics Club 10; Student Council 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Cap and down Comm.; Sr. Class Play; Campus 11, 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 SUZANNE M. LUCAS 11 Delia Walker S. Suzanne teaches Sunday school and does volunteer work for the retarded . . . likes happy people, folk and classi- cal music. She is a Big Sister to a retarded child and plans on majoring in special education. Charlie's Aunt; Folk Song Show; Or- chestra 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Cazebo; Theatre Arts Club 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Honors 11; South East District Festival 11; New England Festival 11 BARBARA A. LYNCH 30 Griffin Terr. S. College lies ahead for Barb, who likes Italian and Chinese food . . . people who are indifferent irritate her. Work- ing as a secretary fills Barb's spare time. French Club; Pep Club; Honors 10, 11; Folk Song Show 10 GERALD INE LYNCH 49 Frend St. E. Always smiling, Gerry works at Star Market in her spare time. She likes fried clams, happy, friendlv people, and football games . . . dislikes peo- ple who are late. Although her plans are undecided, Gerry is sure to be a success in anvthing she undertakes. Pep Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12 SANDRA L. MacDONALD 53 Winter Court W. Sandie works at Star Market in her spare time . . . enjoys Bruin's games, folk music, and people. She plans to become a secretary after graduation. Folk Club 11; Reflector Adv. Staff 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; F.B.L.A. ll.Sec- retarv 12; Pep Club 11, 12 WILLIAM 1). MacDONALD 353 Pond St. S. When not working, Billy can be found tinkering on his '56 Triumph or play- ing football. He enjoys Chinese food, pizza, and all types of music. College and the Armed Forces are Billy 's future plans. Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12 RICHARD L. MacLELLAN 14 Hart Ave. W. "Fatty" works at Friendly's in his spare time. He likes food, money, but dislikes wise juniors and slow cars. Attending I.B.M. school and enjoying life are among Rich's future plans. Chess Club 10, 11 CHERYL A. MacLEOD 15 Pine Circle S. Becoming a medical technologist is Cheryl's future plan. She likes whop- pers and Jimi Hendrix. This pretty girl may be found working at Jordan Marsh after school. Pep Club 11, 12; Campus 12; Chorus 10; Reflector 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Honors 10; High Honors 11 KAREN A. MacMILLAX 107 Pond St. S. Karen, a member of Rainbow and her church youth group, also works at a dry cleaners. Football games and soul music are her favorites. To teach Eng- lish and to travel to Europe are among her future plans. Chorus 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11; Orchestra 10; Riding Club 10, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; French Club 10 LAURANCE G. MacPHERSON 31 Woronoco Rd. X. A sports fan, "Ralph's" special interest is racing cars. He plans to enter the service after high school. He dislikes homework. Honors 11; Open House 11, 12 92 GAIL V. MacSWAX 111 Knoblwood Cr. W. Gail. Worthy Advisor of Rainbow and active in her church youth group, as- pires to travel and pursue a career in foreign languages after college. She likes to attend Wevmouth High's games and most types of music. French Club 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Riding Club 12; Theatre Arts Club, V. Pres. 12; Gazebo; Ski Club 11. 12; Thurber Carnival; Talent Show 11; Lang. Lab. 11: Mr. Brizzi's Sec; Honors 10; High Honors 11 CHARLES W. MAGNUSSON 19 Soren St. "Mag" lives in Randolph and com- mutes to Weymouth's Vocational Tech- nical School every day. He dislikes the school lunches. Open House 10, 11, 12 CHRISTOPHER M. MAFFIE 69 Holbrook Rd. N. Chris, who likes to listen to music and write poetry, would like to become a disc-jockey for WBCX. Whatever he does Chris is sure to become a I? BARRY M. MAGUIRE 15 Roosevelt Rd. W. Louie, who works at Ridge Arena in Braintree, likes rock music and good food . . . hates snobs. After gradua- tion, he plans to join the Xavy, then go to college. Student Council 10; Chess Club 10 MARL\XXE A. MAGUIRE 39 Hilldale Rd. S. Marianne, a member of Boston's Children's Theatre, enjoys dramatics, ballet, and horseback riding. Shelikes bagels, but dislikes typical conserva- tive students. In the future, she hopes to attend Boston University and pursue an acting career. Theatre Arts Club 11, 12 MICHAEL L. MAGUIRE 66 Edw. Cody Lane S. Mike is a member of the Xeponset Choral Society . . . would like to be- come a lawyer. Chinese food is among his pleasures, while turnips are not. PETER H. MAHLER 85 Rindge St. E. When not working at Jordan Marsh or playing basketball for his church, Peter enjoys Simon and Garfunkel, meat ball subs, and admires girls with blue eyes. He hopes to go to college and to major in the sciences. Honors 10; High Honors 11; Track 10; Band 10; Conservation Club 11, 12; Junior Usher; Sr. Nom. Comm. MICHAEL J. MAHOXEV 18 Lawson Rd. S. When there is no surf to ride, Mike works at A & P Supermarkets or Jor- dan Marsh . . . especially likes pizza and fun-loving people. He hopes to own his own food business. WILLIAM J. MAHOXEY 41 St. Margaret S. After working many long hours at Brady Enterprises, Bill enjoys surfing and C.Y.O. He plans to continue at Brady's after graduation. Monitor 10 TIMOTHY G. MALXATI 12 Griffin Terr. S. Tim's special interest is electronics and he plans to major in electronics engi- neering in college. He enjoys skiing, and keeps busy otherwise by working at the Boston Motel. A.V. 10, 11, 12; WHS-TV 11, 12; Chess Club 10, 12; Computer Club 12; Lang. Lab. Asst. 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10; Ski Club 12 93 JOHN M. MANGIARATTI 27 Llnway St. S. John is kept busv working at Mr. Slacks, raising tropical fish, participat- ing in sports, and enjoying slot car racing. He likes Chinese food, rock music, and happy people. His college studies will be concerned with the sciences chiefly. Conservation Club 11, 12; Computer Club 12; Riding Club 12 CRAIG R. MANNING 15 House Rock Rd. \V. Added to school time, being a cashier at Capitol Market makes a full sched- ule for Craig. He enjoys skiing, surf- ing, the guitar, and folk music . . . hopes to enter the field of engineering. Chess Club 10; Chefs Club 10; J.M.- S.V.C. 10, 11; Intramurals 10, 11; Ski Club 12; Honors 10, 11 CHRISTINE J. MANSFIELD 69 Mt. Vernon E. E. Chris, an avid spectator of football and basketball, loves sailing. After graduation she would like to become an accountant. Pep Club 11, 12; Sr. Play Pub. Comm. I f 1 l DANA F. MARBLE 161 Rinaldo Rd. N. Antique cars and surfing are among Dana's pleasures . . . intends to go to college after graduation. His only dislikes are oatmeal and English classes. JOHN R. MANUEL 20 John Quincy N. All types of skiing and good-looking girls are among Jack's special in- terests. He will join the Navy after graduation. Ski Club 12 DEBORAH [. MARLAND 48 Fuller Rd. N. An enthusiastic rider of horses and skillful sketcher of portraits, Debbie also enjoys sports, all good music, and sincere people. Art school will play a prominent part in her future Riding Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12, Sec- retary- 12 ELLEN L. MARSHALL 109 Ralph Talbot S. Ellen is kept busv working at the Farmer 's M arket andplayingthestring bass and flute. She loves all kinds of music exceptjazz . . . her favorite food is roast beef. Her goal is for a college education. Band 10, 11; Orchestra 10, 11, 12 PETER J. MARSHALL 267 East St. E. Peter heads the spiritual committee of his C.Y.O., plays the guitar, and works at the Boston Motel. He would like to attend college or broadcasting school. Happy people who are them- selves find favor with him. MARY L. MARTINSEN 55 Apple Tree Ln. W. Attractive and fun-loving, Mary Lou enjoys such outdoor activities as swim- ming, boating, and water skiing. Now working as a nurse's aid, she will further this interest by attending a nursing school. Talent Show 10; Student Council 10; Pep Club 11, 12; F.N. A. 11, 12; Sr. Class Play; Cap and Gown Comm. ROY C. MARTINSON 55 Apple Tree Ln. \Y. "Craz's" special interest is skin diving. He enjoys listening to "Orpheus" and eating Chinese food. In the future he plans to be a printer. Office Duty 11, 12: Open House 10, 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 94 MARTHA A. MARTINSON 53 Endicott St. E. Marty, who plans a career in interior design, is a ski enthusiast. She now works at Filene's . . . ice-cream and out-going people are among her likes . . . also a Simon and Garfunkel fan. Gymnastics 10; Reflector Art Staff 1 1 , 12; Talent Show 11; Ski Club 11, 12; Campus 12 JOAN P. MATHESON 18 Hilldale Rd. S. Joan, a real non-conformist, likes hon- est, natural people and folk music . . . a happy marriage is her worthy goal. Honors 10, 11; Talent Show 11; Gazebo Scenery Comm. 12; Play Ush- erette 12 DEBRA A. MATHEVVSON 30 Bradley Rd. N. Debbie likes people who haye a good sense of humor . . . takes pleasure in all types of modern music . . . she is undecided about her future. Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Sr. Class Play; Mrs. Skehan's Secretary 12 MELVAN E. MATSON 164 Lakehurst Ave. E. "Mate" is an avid skier and surfer. As a sheet metal apprentice he should be successful in the future. Open House 12; Ski Club JOSEPH A. MAURATH 278 Central St. S. Joe, who would like to become an electrical engineer, spends his spare time working with telephone and com- munications systems. He enjoys rock music, sociable people, and the great outdoors. 4,A KAREN J. MAXWELL 15 Wright St. S. Easy-going Karen keeps busy work- ing as a dietary aid at South Shore Hospital and is Worthy Adviser of Rainbow. College, with a major in elementary education, is next for Karen. Honors 10, 11; Campus Sales Staff 10; Miss Young's Secretary 10; Re- flector Rep. 10; Gymnastics 10; Chorus 10; F.T.A. 12 LINDA A. MAYNARD 19 Loch mere Ave. N. Intelligent and out-going Linda works as a volunteer at Quincy City Hospi- tal .. . enjoys sewing and the Red Sox. The study of medical technology or biology will occupy her time in college. N.M.S.Q.T. Semi-finalist; High Honors 10. 11; Library Staff 10 French Club 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11 Co-Secretary 12; Reflector 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Glee Club 12 DIAXE A. MAZZOLA 135 Randall Ave. E. Di, the friendly cashier at Stop&Shop. plans to become an elementary school teacher . . . active people, steaks, and Corvettes are among her favorites. Honors 11; Office Worker 10; Intra- murals 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10; F.T.A. 11. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. PHILIP C. MAZZOLA 85 Rinaldo Rd. N. Flip, an active member of C.Y.O., is interested in computers . . . hopes to go to Worcester Polytech and con- centrate in Physics. High Honors 10; Honors 11; Chess Club 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Computer Club 12; Cap and Gown Comm. RUSSELL H. MAZZOLA 39 Broad St. PI. E. Decisive Muzi intends to study engi- neering in college . . . active in C.Y.O. . . . likes cars and popular music. Monitor 10; Football 10; Chess Club 10 95 I carol l. McCaffrey 566 Front St. W. Carol, shy but friendly, is training for a career in the business world. Sophomore Party Comm. 10 john j. McCarthy 65 Park Ave. S. John, whose plans include college and wealth, works at Tri-S and plays the guitar in his spare time . . . likes sen- sible people, Jaguars, and white sox . . . dislikes homework and know-it- alls. Chess Club 10; High Honors 10; Honors 11 mary e. McCarthy 513 East St. E. Mary, who works part-time as a cash- ier, plans to attend a state college and become a teacher. In her spare time she enjoys most sports, parties, and just having fun. F.T.A. 11, Chairman 12; Library Asst. 11; Language Lab. Asst. 10 MAUREEN A. McCAULEY 35 Sagamore Rd. N. Dances, football players, and rock group, the Vanilla Fudge, are among Maureen's likes. She enjoys water ski- ing during the summer months and is now employed as a waitress. A nurs- ing career awaits Maureen after grad- uation. F.N.A. 12; Reflector Rep. 12; Honors 11 NORINE F. McCAULEY 48 Weyham Rd. N. Believe it or not, W'inkie likes to drive trucks and yet, at the same time, she plans to become a nurse. She also enjoys pizza, soul music, and "fun" people. F.N.A. THOMAS McCOLOUCH 16 Curtis St. N. Tom, who is a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, likes swim- ming, boating, and skin diving. After graduation, he would like to earn a Bachelor of Science degree and major in marine biology. Chess Club 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm. 11; Computer Club 12; Intramurals 10 Patricia a Mccormick 52 Pearl St. N. Patti's diversified hobbies include go- carting, drag-racing, and horseback riding. Working at Pope Nursing Home is a great experience and intro- duction to her future career as a regis- tered nurse. She enjoys pizza, friendly people, and "Laugh-In." High Honors 10; Honors 11 MARJORIE A. McCULLOCH 5 Nanset Rd. N. W hen not working at her part-time job, Margie enjoys sewing and bowl- ing. She would like to travel after graduation, and perhaps become a private secretary. Reflector 11, 12; Library Staff 10, 11 WILLIAM C. McCURDY 15 Shaw St. N. When Bill is not accomplishing great feats in football, he is either eating food or enjoying loud music, especial- ly that of the Young Rascals. He forsees in the future a major in Physi- cal Education. Football 10, 11, 12; Wresding 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10 LESLEY A. McDONALD 101 Sunrise Dr. N. Peppermint ice cream is high at the top of Les's list concerning favorite foods. Most of her spare time is spent working at Dedian's Choice Meats. After graduation, she plans to become a bookkeeper. Reflector H.R. Rep. 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Ski Club 11; Reflector Adv. 12 96 RICHARD W. McDOXALD 40 Blackstone Rd. N. Dick, who enjoys hockey, and especial- ly likes the Bruins, works at W. T. Grants in his spare time . . . plans to attend either Wentworth or S. M.T.I, and pursue a career in drafting. He will be a sure success in whatever he endeavors. Intramural Basketball 10 MICHAEL R. McFARLAND 668 Pleasant St. E. "Mac's" manv interests include skiing, surfing, and playing the guitar. He likes blues, folk, and hard rock . . . dislikes snobs and teeny boppers. Political Affairs 12; Debate Club 12; Ski Club 12 ROBERT M. McDONALD 430 Broad St. E. Bob, one of Weymouth's outstanding multi-talented athletes, enjoys partici- pating in all sports . . . likes all types of food. He'll find sure success in be- coming a lawyer after college. Ski Club 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 11, 12; Baseball 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12; WHSDT 11, 12 if MARK S. McGLYNN 1639 Main St. S. Serious and intelligent, Mark likes to play golf and baseball in his spare time. He's one of Weymouth's out- standing pitchers . . . likes Italian food but cares nothing for conceited people. College, with a career in teach- ing, is next for Mark. Baseball 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 MAUREEN E. McGLYNN 545 Pond Street S. Petite and friendly. Reenie works as a bicarbonate soda engineer at Olden 's . . . likes sausages and boys with long eye lashes. Plans to attend Bates Col- lege and major in either French or Journalism. Computer Club 12; Pep Club Campus 11, 12; Gazebo 12 12; EDWARD P. McGRATH 80 Kirkland Rd. S. Ted, who works at Curtis Farms, loves all kinds of food. He enjoys Italian food and modern music . . . dislikes conceited people. His future plans in- clude becoming an engineer. Key Club 12; Gazebo, Publicitv; In- tramurals 10; Golf 12 NORA A. McGRATH 565 Union St. S. Nora enjovs water and snow skiing in her spare time as well as sewing ... an avid fan of Donovan and Ravi Shankar . . . abhors school lunches . . . will be a great success as an ele- mentary school teacher. Ski Club 12; F.T.A. 12 PAUL A. McHUGH 18 Prospect Hill N. Working as a painter, Paul spends his spare time wisely. Fast cars and good stereos are among his special interests. All types of people interest him. Open House 10, 11, 12 STEPHEN J. McISAAC 37 Bald Eagle Rd. S. Working part-time at Jordan Marsh Co., collecting coins, and photography occupy Steve's spare time . . . ham- burgers, friendly people, and the Bea- des appeal to him but he dislikes dis- honest people. Intramurals 10; A.Y. Club 10, 11, 12; Film Makers Club 12; I.M.C. Worker 11, 12; High Honors 10; Honors 11 BRIAN R. McKEEN 59 Mercury St. S. Brian can be found working at The Farmers' Market . . . enjoys movies, photography, playing the guitar, and working on cars in his spare time. A successful career in broadcast en- gineering awaits Brian after gradua- tion. Intramurals 10; A. Y. Club 11, 12; Film Makers Club 12; Cap and Gown Comm.; I.M.C. Worker 11, 12 97 4t J EDWARD P. McKENNA 20 Progress St. W. Working part-time at Capital Market keeps Ed busy in his spare time . . . enjoys all foods and music but dislikes snobby girls and slow cars. Intramurals 10, 11, 12 Stephen Mclaughlin 11 Homestead Ave. W. Attending college to major in business management is Steve's future goal. At the present he holds a part-time job at the First National Store . . . enjoys The Hollies. Intramurals 11 W ILLIAM [. McLEAN 107 Robinswood S. Bill is planning to pursue a business career alter graduation. ANNE H. McLELLAN 37 Riley Ave. K. After attending a state college, Anne will make a fine teacher, as her friendly personality assures such success. Campus 11; Pep Club 11; F.H.A. 11 RODERICK McLELLAN «1 Or. Republic S. Roderick is still undecided as to the college of his choice, but plans to enter college in the fall. Orchestra 10 JOHN M. McMANUS 567 Pond St. S. Friendly John, who plans a career in the business world, is a sure success in whatever he endeavors. Basketball 10; Monitor 10 THOMAS C. McMONAGLE 31 Palmer St. S. Tom, an employee of Curtis Farms, plans a future in civil engineering. He is an avid skier . . . lists The Cream and The Doors among his favorites . . . enjoys interesting people. Indoor Track 10, 1 1, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12 PATRICIA L. McNEIL 40 Clapp Ave. \Y. Friendly Pat is assured of success in the future. She hopes to attend Quincy Vocational Technical High School next year, as a post-graduate. MICHAEL J. McRAE 29 Twilight Path E. Mike enjovs playing baseball, foot- ball, and hockey. He is presently working as a carpenter and hopes eventually to own his own company. . . . dislikes long hair on boys. Ski Club; Cap and Gown Comm.; Wrestling; Open House 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 98 JOHN McVAV 19 Apple Tree Ln. W. Athletic John is an avid surfer . . . enjoys Chinese food, James Brown, and funny people. He dislikes no one. Traveling to Hawaii is in his future. LAURIE A. MECHAN 20 Tremont St. W. Talented Laurie is planning to attend Mass. College of Art . . . annoyed by snobs, but the Beatles and boys with dark hair appeal to her . . . enjoys sketching in her spare time. Honors 10, 11; Reflector Art Staff 11, Ed. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. CLIFFORD E. MEILUN 34 Fisher Road S. Rick keeps busy working in a super- market . . . loves fish, hard rocks, and sincere people . . . dislikes jazz . . . plans a career as a pilot for an airline. Computer Club 12 RICHARD W. MELL 47 Fisher Rd. S. Dick has a job playing the accordian. His future dream is to play pro-foot- ball. He especially enjovs whoppers . . . dislikes hippies, yippies, and draft card burners. Football; Winter Track; Spring Track; Ski Club PATRICIA A. MELLO.XE 37 Soper Ave. W. Hoping to become a fashion designer, Pat fills her spare time by sewing. Pizza, friendly people, and "under- ground" music are among her fav- orites . . . dislikes snobs. French Club 10; Spanish Club 10, 11; Spectrum 10 JAMES E. MERCHANT 18 Lane Ave. E. James is fond of rock 'n roll, witty people and Italian food, though spin- ach, opera and conceited people an- noy him . . . college-bound. Intramurals 10; Chef Club 11, 12 JANET E. MICHALSKI 314 Ralph Tabot S. Janet can be found working at Thom McAn's in her spare time. She likes all types of people, Chinese food, and spaghetti. Her future plans are still undecided. Reflector Rep. 12; Art Club 10; Home room Treas. 12; Soph. Class Play Comm. ROBERT D. MILEY 169 Candia St. E. Bob enjoys all types of sports, es- pecially skiing and swimming. He likes girls with long hair . . . plans to attend college after graduation. Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11; A. V. Club 11 JOHN C. MILLEV 111 Idlewell Blvd. W. "Senor Bret" is found working as a cashier at Star Market . . . lover of Chinese and Italian food, soul music, rock 'n roll, and funny, friendlv peo- ple. He hates classical music, snobs, and Mexican food . . . chosen voca- tion is to become a lawyer. Intramurals 10; Kev Club 11, 12 DONNA MILLIKEN 45 Hinston Rd. E. Working at the Hancock Bank, sew- ing, and bowling occupy Donna's spare time. Hoping to become a sec- retary next year, her only dislike is slow people in the corridors . . . likes happy people. F.H.A. 11; F.B.L.A. 11; Pep Club 11; Office Helper 12 ROBERT W. MILTON 15 Merilyn Rd. S. "Mill" is an active member of De- molay. He enjovs working on cars in his spare time. His future plans in- clude working as a sheet metal ap- prentice. Office Duty 11, 12; Open House 12 99 JOHN T. MINAHAN 25 Thompson Rd. N. "Namu," an employee of Burger King, enjoys Italian food, sports, and cars; but has aversions to vegetables, im- patient people, and white socks . . . planning a career in the Armed Serv- ices. Intramurals 10; Spanish Club 10 BETTY ANN MONROE 144 Clinton Rd. E. Skiing, swimming, and working part- time at the Pope Nursing Home keep Betsy busy . . . loves Chinese food and soul music but hates school lun- ches, classical music, and phony hip- pies. She is planning to travel to California and attend college. Lib. Club 10, 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11 DONNA M. MOODY 422 Commercial St. W. Donna, petite and sweet, plans a career in the business world upon graduation. DONNA M. MOONEY 511 Summer St. \V. Clean-cut boys appeal to Donna . . . dislikes hippies . . . enjoys cooking, sewing, skating, swimming, and danc- ing . . . aspires to become a secretarv. F.B.L.A. 12 RICHARD P. MOONEY, 511 Summer St. W. JR- Rick likes to attend Red Sox and Celtic games. He is presendy working at a part-time job at Jordan Marsh . . . hopes to travel around the world and then go into public relations. Football 10; Basketball 11; Spanish Club 10; Intramurals 10; H.R. Rep. 10 JEFFREY A. MOORE 122 VVeyham St. N. Reading is Jeffrey's special interest. He especially enjoys rock and roll music and dislikes opera . . . His fu- ture plans include attending an I.B.M. school. MARY A. MOORE 20 Long Path W. Horseback riding and swimming take up Mary Anne's free time. She likes spaghetti and pyschedelic music but dislikes vegetables. After graduation Mary Anne plans to become an ele- mentary teacher. Spanish Club 10; Riding Club 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Gazebo Usherette 12; Thurber Carnival Publicity; Gradua- tion Dance Comm. 12 CAROL J. MORAN 66 Westminster E. While working as a waitress at Grants. Carol still finds time for reading and writing. Carol's pet peeves are phony people and those who stand in the corridor. To travel is her future goal. Chorus 10, 11, 12; Library 10; Ga- zebo Ticket Comm. LINDA P. MORGAN 59 Sagamore Rd. N. Linda especially likes dark, brown- eyed Italians, but dislikes "busy" work ... In her spare time, she is usually found working or sewing. A career in journalism and thenthePeace Corps is in her future. Thurber Carnival 11; Conservation Club 11, 12; H.R. Messenger 11; Gazebo Tickets 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 RICHARD R. MORGAN 21 King Ave. W. "Warbucks" claims he spends most of his spare time thinking of some- thing to do. He enjoys playing foot- ball with his friends. And he hopes to remain a bachelor. 100 WILLIAM R. MORIN 30 Wright St. S. "Jogger" is an avid sportsman. He plans to attend an engineering school and go into the field of oceanography . . . favors pizza and meatball subs. His friendlv personality will assure him of success in the future. Cross County 11; Indoor Track 10, 11, 12; Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12 LAWRENCE J. MORRISON 12 Prince Street E. Larry, a lifeguard during the summer, also likes to surf, swim, and skindive. Plans a career in the field of biology. Enjoys Twinkies but dislikes conceited people. Chess Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Bank 10, 11, 12 ft LINDA S. MORROW 12 Cain Ave. E. When not attending C.A.P. Linda can be found babysitting or reading . . . plans to become a nurse. She es- pecially likes friendlv and honest peo- ple and songs by Glen Campbell . . . snobs and loud music don't appeal to her. Library Staff 10, 11; Lang. Lab. Asst. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Spectrum 10; Cafe Worker 11, 12 PATRICIA M. MORSE 33 Middle St. E. Patsy who works at Jordan Marsh hopes to attend Massasoit after grad- uation. She likes Chinese food and music of all types . . . dislikes people who think they have something others don't. F.B.L.A.; Campus KAREN E. MORTENSON 42 Jaffrey St. E. In her spare time, Karen knits, sews, and collects weeds . . . likes Judy Col- lins, the ocean, the Cape, and ice skat- ing. Her future will be the study of art in college. French Club 10; Reflector Sales Rep. 10, 11; F.H.A. Historian 11; F.T.A. 11; Arsenic and Old Lace Comm. 11; Thurber Carnival; Campus Art Staff 11, Co-Editor 12; Honors 10, 11 JEANNE E. MOSMAN 599 Main St. S. Jeanne, who works at Filene's and goes to Burger King in her spare time, would like to become a model. She likes boys and bubblegum but dis- likes homework and detention. IS 4^ DAVID E. MOTT 928 Main St. S. "Caveman", who builds hot rods and races in demolition derbies, plans to become a policeman after graduation. DEBORAH MOTT 408 Pleasant St. S. Amicable Debbie plans a successful career in data processing after high school . . . pizza is her favorite food . . . disapproves of snobbish people . . . "Well uh . . . " Mr. Hallowell's Secretarv PATRICK F. MOYNIHAN 28 Driftway N. Pat, popular and quiet, is one of our athletic boys at Weymouth High . . . enjoys talking to girls in studies and eating hot pastromi sandwiches. His only dislike is baked beans. Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10,11, 12 LINDA L. MUISE 38 Byron Rd. W. Linda, with her pleasant, warm per- sonality, will be a sure success as an elementary school teacher . . . spends much of her time cooking, sewing, and working part time . . . school spirit heads Linda's list of preferences. F.T.A. 11; Spanish Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11 101 LEAH F. MULLEN 260 Green St. N. College and teaching lie ahead for Lee . . . enjoys lots of school spirit and being with happy people . . . strongly opposes dishonesty and insincerity. F.T.A. 11, 12; French Club 10; Span- ish Club 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; Gazebo, Publicity Comm.; Jr. Party Comm.; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 12 MARILYN H. MULLEN 80 Lakewood Rd. S. Marilyn babysits and bowls in her spare time. She loves Italian food and seafood but detests snobby people. Her future plans include become a secre- tary. Ski Club 12 RUDOLPH F. MULLER, JR. 254 North St. N. Rudy enjoys traveling and pastromi sandwiches. He plans to become rich and famous through investments in the oil industry . . . "Tell it like it is!" Track 12 MAl'KEF.N T. MULLIGAN 34 Saunders St. N. Moe, a cashier for the First National Stores ... in her spare time she rides and sews. Among her special likes are Chinese food and friendly people. College, Vista, and teaching elemen- tary age children lie in the future for Moe. Lib. Asst. 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; F.H.A. 10;. The Gazebo; H.R. Rep. 12 WILLIAM H. MULLIGAN 58 Birchbrow Ave. N. Pool is 0. J.'s main interest during his spare time ... he likes cheeseburgers and Italian food and plans to join the Navy after graduation. BARBARA H. MULLIN 573 Middle St. E. Barbs, a future nurse, works as a cash- ier . . . pizza, athletic boys, and peo- ple who smile head her list of special interests . . . aversion to liver, white socks, and serious people . . . oh, what a sneeze! "Stop being so serious!" Spanish Club 10; F.N.A., V.P. 11, Pres. 12; Pol. Affairs Club 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; High Honors 10; Honors 11 MAUREEN MULVANEY 3 Davids Island N. Sewing and working part-time occupy Reenie's spare time. She loves Chinese food and people with a good personali- ty. Reenie hopes to attend Framing- ham State to become a home economics teacher or possibly a fashion designer. F.T.A. 12; Spanish Club 11; Jr. Party Comm. KATHLEEN A. MURPHY 46 Clark Rd. S. "Murf" is the lively redhead of home- room 15 who works part-time at Jor- dan Marsh. Her favorites include Chinese food and people who make her laugh. She dislikes people who don't smile . . . plans to be a nurse Student Council 10. 11. 12; Cheer leading 11, 12; Gymnastics 11; Cam pus Sales 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm. Talent Show 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 12 Soph. Party Comm.; Jr. Party Comm MARTIN J. MURPHY 115 Constitution S. In his spare time "Marty" can be found working for an aluminum sid- ing company. He likes Chinese food and people who tell jokes, but dislikes people who talk constantly. College is Marty 's main goal in the future. SUSAN L. MURPHY 20 Moreland Rd. N. Sue likes to swim, sail, and surf in her spare time. She loves all the cur- rent music, pizza, and friendly people . . . aspires to become a college phy- sical education teacher . . . "Hey, what's up?" Honors 10: Spanish Club 10; Lib. Club Pres. 10; Riding Club 10; F.H.A. 10; Dramatic Club 10; F.N. A. Sect. 11; Cheerleader 11, 12; Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 10, 11. 12 102 ARTHUR M. MURRAY 6 Stella Dr. W. Arthur collects stamps and goes camp- ing when he is not working at Howard Johnson's . . . drivers, be courteous! . . . hates people who are slow when he's in a hurry . . . plans a success- ful career in computer programming. Chess Club 10; Intramurals 10 SUSAN H. MURRAY 79 C. Memorial Dr. E. Sue reads, sews, dances, and goes to parties in her spare time . . . getting up on Monday morning and people who walk slowly in the corridor annoy her ... A lover of whopperburgers, she hopes to become a nurse at Brock- ton City Hospital Riding Club 10; F.N. A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12 COLLEEN NASH 31 Black Hawk Rd. S. Colleen enjoys swimming in her spare time but also works at Olden 's. Her main likes are friendly people and food, except liver. Colleen plans to go into the field of nursing. Campus 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Monitor 10; Senior Class Play Llsher- ette KATHLEEN NEALON 131 Rinaldo Rd. N. Kathy, who loves football games and hates conceited people, works part time at the Lamb Agency. Kathy hopes to become a legal secretary. F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Campus 12; Pep Club 11; Honors 10, 11. Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 ARLENE S. NEEDLE 32 Oak St. S. Arlene is an avid fan of soul music and likes to take people for what they are and not what they should be . . . She is new to Weymouth, having at- tended Quincy High, where she was on the Honor Roll . . . her goal is to be happy and become a nurse. Ski Club 12; F.N.A.; Dramatic Club 12; Campus 12; Riding Club 12; The Gazebo MARCIA J. NEIL 90 Blanchard Rd. S. Marcia, who works for Curtis Farms, is an active officer of her youth group and is actively involved in Rainbow. Friendly people appeal to her but she hates snobs . . . teaching elementary education is her future goal. French Club 10; Chorus 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; F.H.A.; Pep Club 11, 12 ANN P. NEILAND 11 Athens St. X. Reading, politics, and working at the Tufts Library keep Ann busy . . . likes friendly people who say "Hi" . . . freckles . . . aspires to be a history teacher, to travel to eastern countries, and to join the Peace Corps. High Honors 11; Pol. Aff. Club Elec- tion Comm. 12; Reflector Sales 11, 12; Campus Sales 10, 12; Dramatic Club 10 CYNTHL\ J. NELSON 543 Pine St. S. Cindy loves kittens, football games, and happy people . . . annoyed by Monday mornings, people who don't listen, and leakv rowboats. Speech therapy is Cindy's chosen field . . . "But urn" . . . Student Director, The Gazebo 12; Honors 10, 11, Campus: Eng. Tutor 11; Pep Club 12; Jr. Prom Comm.: Mardi Gras 11; Theatre Arts Club 12; Ski Club 12: Gvmnastics 10 JOHN D. NELSON 6 Friend St. E. "Weed" enjoys working on cars and has a job in an auto body shop. Listening to Jimi Hendrix records are his favorite pastime. His future plans include joining the Navy and then owning an auto bodv shop. VIRGINIA A. NELSON 41 Weyham Rd. N. Ginnv is a talented artist and attends classes at Mass. College of Art. She works for a doctor, skiis, and paints in her spare time. She enjoys Whopper- burgers and meeting triendlv people but hates phonies and sleepv people on Monday mornings. Commercial art is Ginnv 's goal. Campus Art Staff 1 1. 12; Ski Club 12; Pep Club 11: Honorable Men. Globe Art Contest 11 103 MERIEL A. NEWCOMB 1150 Commercial St. E. Active in C.Y.O. Meriel enjoys cook- ing, playing the guitar, and reading. She loves foreign folk music hut people who won't do anything annoy her. Mend's goal is to attend college and major in politics. Lang. Asst. 11, 12; Library Aid 1 1, 12; Folk Music Soc. 11; French Club 12; Honors 10, 11; Nat. Merit Letter of Recommendation; Computer Club; Mardi Cras 11 RAYMOND C. NICHOLS JR. 64 Hanian Dr. E. Buster's active in C.Y.O., bowling, and rock music . . . dislikes folk songs. He wants to further his education. SALLY L. NICHOLS 725 B Washington St. S. Sally, who works for a nursing home, likes to water ski, listen to folk music, and participate in gymnastics . . . loves pizza but hates gossips and snop- pv people. Nursing is Sally's future goal. F.N. A. 11, 12; Gymnastics 10, 12; Campus Sales 1 1 AUDREY M MCKERSON 26 Cain Ave. E. "Frank," an employee of Mammoth Mart, swims and plays tennis in her free time . . . appreciates people with a sense of humor, pizza, and pickles . . . dislikes dishonest and conceited people. Joining the Navy and seeing the world through the Waves are Audrey's future plans. Library Asst. 11; Language Lab. Aid 11 JOHN R. NICUM 238 Lake Shore E. Athletic Nick works part time at Marion's Shoe Store. Friendly people are among his likes ... as conceited people are among his dislikes. After graduation Nick is college bound. Chess Club 10; Math Club 10; Intra- murals 10 CHERYL P. NIXON 143 Central St. S. Cheryl, who works at Filene's, is active in C.Y.O., loves to sew and go to football games, fried clams and is a fan of the Rascals . . . abhors vege- tables and insincere people. College and the Peace Corps are in store for Cheryl. Caf. Mon. 10; Cheerleader 11; Campus 11, 12; Pep Club 11, Pres. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; The Cazebo Ticket Comm. ROBERT F. NTLES 37 Johnson Rd. N. Lip enjoys drawing cartoons, soul music, James Brown, and pecan pie . . . hates phonies. His goal is to be contented and he will be a sure success. Baseball 10, 11; dent Council Intramurals 10; Stu- KEVIN V. NOBLE 34 Moreland Rd. N. Chocolate cream pie and people who don't nag appeal to Kevin, who also has a part-time job. Hopes to attend college and enter the engineering field. Student Council 10; Baseball 10, 11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 ELIZABETH J. NORTON 377 Neck St. N. Betty, a lover of lobster and Chinese food, plans to become an airline stew- ardess . . . hates conceited people and boys with long hair. Swimming, ski- ing, and skating are her favorite pas- time activities. F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Ski Club 12 RICHARD L. NORTON 1750 Commercial St. E. Work occupies Norton's spare time. Unsure of his future plans, he will probably enter the service after gradu- ation. 104 CYNTHIA A. NUTE 28 Easy St. S. Cindv is a talented musician . . . mem- ber of the Greater Boston Youth Sym- phony Orchestra and a sales girl at Grants . . . Cindy teaches the cello . . . fond of bovs, surfing, and driv- ing. She would like to become a Home Econ. teacher or major in music in college. Orchestra 10. 11, 12; Band 10, 11; Reflector 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm. MICHAEL S. O'BRIEN 27 Bartlett St. N. "O'B," an all around guy, enjoys square dancing and playing football, baseball, and tennis. You can find him driving around in his Rambler or listening to semi-classical music. After graduation he plans to enter the service and then go on to college. Jr. Nom. Comm.; High Honors 11; Honors 10; Merit Award 10, 11; Open House 10, 11 SUSAN M. O'BRIEN 11 Bell Rd. "O-B" will enter the teaching profes- sion after graduation from college . . . loves sewing, french fries and people of all kinds. Ski Club 11; F.T.A. 12, Pres. 12; Campus Special Events Ed. 12: High Honors 11 TIMOTHY O'BRIEN 27 Bartlett St. N. Playing football and working at Subur- ban T.V. occupy Tim's spare time. He plans to enter the Army or go to Boston State after graduation. Tim is a friendly person who likes talking to people but dislikes phonies. WILLIS C. O'BRIEN 58 Heritage Ln. E. Popular and out-going, athletic Bill loves surfing, football, and basketball . . . fan of the L'nion Gap, soul music, and pizza. Among his favorites are well-dressed people. A college educa- tion is in his future plans. Football 10. 11, 12; Basketball 11,12: W eight-Lifting 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; Intramurals 10; Political Affairs Club 12; W.H.S. T.V. 12 JOHN P. O'CALLAGHAN 31 Delia Walker St. S. Pat plans to enter the field of produc- ing and promoting records . . . likes rock music and meeting friendlv people but disapproves of snobs, phonies, and soul music . . . part time job at Disc Shop . . . guitar, girls, and surf- ing his favorite pastimes. SHELAGH J. O'CALLAGHAN 9 Middle St. E. Shelagh loves to listen to the radio and watch sports events . . . She en- joys talking to and meeting people . . . loaths snobs and conceited people . . . nursing and college lie ahead for her. Pep Club 11, 12; Riding Club 10, 11, 12; F.N. A. 11, 12 PAUL F. O'CONNELL 20 Elizabeth Ln. S. Ted, an employee at Anderson-Litde. likes to spend his free time playing basketball, tennis and hockev. Inter- ested in fun -loving people, he hopes to find a career in the business world. Intramurals 10; Basketball 10 PETER R. O'CONNELL 20 Elizabeth Ln. S. Athletic Pete likes many sports with football, basketball and tennis among his favorites. An active member of his C.Y.O., he also works at Stop and Shop. A fan of "progressive rock" music, he also likes independent peo- ple. College is next in his future plans. Basketball 10; W.H.S. T.V. 12 JANET E. O'CONNOR 88 Lambert Ave. E. Ojuiet and fun-loving, Janet is an active member of C.Y.O.; enjovs Chinese and Italian food. After college she hopes to work with the government. Librarv Club 10; Student Activity 10: Jr. Party Comm. 11; Pep Club 11, 12; High Honors 10: Honors 11 105 KATHLEEN A. O'DOXNELL 40 Broad St. PI. E. A part time worker at the Bargain Center, Kathy hates to get up in the morning. In the future she hopes to attend Mansfield Beauty Academy. F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 11 MARSHALL F. O'HAXLEY 157 Westminster St. E. "Squeak," a member of the WHS hockey team, enjoys going to parties, football, and basketball games. James Brown and the Beatles are high on his list of favorites. Hockey 10, 11, 12 ROBERT A. O'LEARY 6 Ashmont St. E. Active in sports, Bob likes basketball, football and pool . . . hates sloppy- people. He hopes to further his schooling. BESSIE A. OLIVERIO 54 Brae Rd. N. Always smiling, Bessie works part- time at the Hancock Bank in Quincy. Sewing, swimming and cooking fill her spare time. She hopes to become a secretary. Pep Club 10, 11; Mr. Swanson's Sec. 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Staff 12 LINDA J. OLIVERIO 149 Sea St. N. Linda occupies most of her time by sewing and bowling. She is also an active member of the Y.W.C.A. and C.Y.O. Always cheerful, her success as a secretary seems evident. Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Hartwell's Sec. 12 LAWRENCE H. OLSEX 354 Summer St. W. An outdoor man, Larry spends much of his time hunting and fishing. When he's not working at Brigham's he en- joys fixing cars . . . EntrancetoMass. Maritime hopefully awaits him. Intramurals 10; Chess Club 10; Out- door Club 11; Ski Club 12; Gymnastics 12; Lab. Aide 11, 12; Computer Club 12 DAVID E. OLSSEN 163 Academy Ave. W. A sports enthusiast, Dave likes skiing, swimming, basketball, and sailing . . . enjoys a good N.Y. sirloin steak while listening to Donovan. College lies ahead for him. Intramurals 10; WHS TV 12; Political Affairs 12; Ski Club 12 DAVID M. O'MALLEY 68 Pond St. S. During his spare time, Dave plavs with the Saint Francis Xavier Drum and Bugle Corps . . . likes good food and popular music. After college he plans to specialize in biology. Conservation Club Affairs Club 12 11, 12; Political LIXDA P. O'XEILL 22 Xorfolk St. W. Besides roller skating, Linda works part time at Raymond's . . . loves piz- za and popular music, but not onions. Her future plans are directed toward practical nursing. CAROL E. OSGOOD 125 Park Ave. W. Quiet, yet active, Carol enjoys garden- ing, painting, flying, ice skating, and swimming . . . likes all animals. Boys with long hair annoy her. She plans to enter some field of medicine. Chorus 10, 11 106 DENISE E. O'SHAUGHNESSY 69 Doris Dr. N. Active and always smiling, Denise likes friendlv people and clean cut boys. She can't tolerate people without school spirit . . . plans to train as a medical secretary after graduation. F.B.L.A. 11; Majorette 11; Senior Prom Committee; Band 11; Recorder 12; Mr. Power's and Mr. Dempsey's Sec- retary 12 JAMES T. O'SULLIYAN 40 Ocean Ave. N. Most of Sully's time is spent near the water . . . boating, surfing and waterskiing. Future plans will lead him to the Navy or Coast Guard and then to work at the American Air Con- ditioning Co. He also likes pizza, fast cars and girls with long hair as long as they are on time. JEANNE E. OTERI 79 Rockcroft Rd. \Y. Jeannie, who wants to become a social worker, teaches acrobatic dancing in her spare time. She likes people who like to go out and have a good time, but dislikes hypocrites. Talent Show 11; Campus Sales 11; Reflector Publicity 12; Gymnastics 12; Senior Dance 12 KAREN M. OTIKA 14 Johnson Rd. N. Pistachio nuts are Karen's favorite food . . . dislikes phony people. A present employee of Sears and Roe- buck, she plans to become a dental hygienist. F.N. A. 11; Spanish Club 11; Pep Club 11; Reflector Rep. 10; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Honors 11; Gazebo Tickets ROBERT T. PACE 30 Oakden Ave. S. Bob, who plans to enter the scientific field after college, now works at Stop & Wash. He enjoys such water sports as boating and swimming. Honest people are in his favor. Senior Nom. Comm. 12; Dramatics 10, 11; Senior Class Play; High Honors 10, 11; Junior Usher SCOTT H. PACKARD 122 Morningside E. Scotty works at Fascination in his spare time. He likes to bowl and play pool. Pastromi is one of his favorites but dislikes snobs. Going to business school and becoming an accountant are next for Scotty- Spanish Club 10; Student Council 10; Intramurals 10 JOAN M. PAGNANO 221 Front St. W. Joan, who likes to swim and ski, hopes to become a social worker. She en- joys pizza, modern music, and friend- ly people, but dislikes phonies. College is next for Joan. J.M.S.Y.C. 10, 11; Senior Nom. Comm.; Reflector Rep.; Pep Club; High Honors 10, 11 JOSEPH L. PAONE 42 Madison St. E. Always friendly, Joe enjoys all sports and can be seen playing C.Y.O. bas- ketball or trving his luck surfing at Nantasket. After graduation, Joe hopes to attend college . . . dislikes conceited people. Intramurals 10; Tennis 10, 11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Chess Club 10; Honors 10 DAYID G. PAQUETTE 73 Cottage Lane W. An avid outdoorsman, Dave likes hunting and fishing, also coffee frap- pes and active people. Dentistry lies in his future. Tennis 10; Spanish Club 10; Lab. Aide 11, 12; Outdoor Club 11; Ski Club 12 EVELYN R. PARIS 25 Walker St. W. Eve spends much of her free time reading, bowling, and horseback rid- ing. Her future plans include becom- ing a beautician . . . likes pizza, ice cream, and modern music. 107 JUDITH A. PARKER 281 From St. W. Always ready to have a good time, Judv likes to bowl when she isn't work- ing at Grants. Pizza and Chinese food are among her favorites. She hopes to become a beautician. Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, Vice Pres. 12 mm mmmm\ STEVEN W. PARKER 22 St. Margaret E. A part time stockboy at Curtis Farms, Steve plans to enter the Marines follow- ing graduation. He likes pizza and The Cream . . . hates people with white socks. Intramurals 10 CHRISTINE F. PARKS 40 Sailing Rd. N. Always cheerful, Chris spends much of her time sewing. Boys with green eyes and brown hair interest her . . . dislikes boys with long hair. Pep Club; F.B.L.A.; Ski Club 2iM W ILLIAM J. PAYNE 63 Wingate Rd. E. Quiet and honest, Billy plays all sports. He dislikes vegetables and hypocrites. To be famous is his goal. Intramurals 10; Honors 11; Baseball 12 JOHN P, PARNABY 9 Judith Rd. N. A sports enthusiast, John enjoys hunt- ing, fishing, and surfing. He likes progressive rock and girls with long hair. John hopes to become an ocean- ographer. Outdoor Club 11; Honors 10 ROBERT X. PAYSON 51 Bradley Rd. N. Fun-loving Bob enjoys driving and all sports. He dislikes conceited people and plans to become an architect. Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 12; Intra- murals 10 DAVID W PEARSON 41 Elwood Dr. S. Reggie" enjoys playing hockey, work- ing on cars and eating good food. Cheap people bother him. He plans to work after school. BRIAN J. PELLIETIER 32 Byron Rd. W. Friendly and carefree, Brian plays football and basketball. He loves Spanish rice and wants to attend col- lege. A sure success ! AY. 11, 12 JANE PETERSON 85 Hill St. E. Pate sews in her spare time. She likes boys and all kinds of food. A career as a dress designer lies in her future. Pep Club; Ski Club JOHN E. PETERSON 322 Pleasant St. S. Skiing and watching hockey games are some of Pete's interests. He dis- likes wordv people who say nothing and he plans to pursue a career in the field of science. Ski Club 108 SUSAN P. PETTERSON 110 Idlewell Blvd. W. Thoughtful Sue works at Tufts Library. She dislikes operas and people who wear white shoes in the winter. She plans to go into social work. Reflector Rep. 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; F.N.A. 11; Political Affairs 11; Mr. Cicchese's Sec. 10 KAREN L. PHARMER 146 Belmont St. W. Sincere and always ready with a smile, Karen collects weird headlines. She enjoys people, long walks, and sew- ing". She will surely succeed as an English or history teacher. Political Affairs 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Reflectory. 10, 11; W.H.S. T.V. 11, 12; Student Voice Participant, WHDH 12 1 ANN M. PICA 70 Anthony Rd. E. Ann is still undecided about her future, but entering a junior college next fall is her immediate ambition. ELIZABETH M. PIEPIORA 118 Summer St. W. Skiing, both water and snow, and drawing keep Liz busy. A quiet and friendly girl, she enjoys art and plans to attend an art school next year. Riding Club 10; Pep Club 11; Ski Club 12; Reflector Rep. 12; Honors 10, 11; Student Sec. 12 ROBERT M. PIERCE 84 Regatta Rd. N. Bob, who spends most of his spare time surfing, dislikes school lunches, boring teachers, and cafeteria studies. College lies in his future. Gymnastics 11, 12; W.H.D.T. STEVEN F. PIERCE 53 Thomas Rd. S. Steve, an outstanding athlete, can be found working at the Royal Car Wash in his spare time. The "Young Ras- cals" and all types of food are among Steve's favorites. College lies in his future. Student Council 10, 11, 12; W.H.S. T.V. 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 11, 12; Track 10; High Honors 10, Honors 11 WILLIAM J. PIERCE 84 Regatta Rd. N. Billy enjoys just about everyone and everything. Visiting more parties than anyone else distinguishes him from other W.H.S. students. His future plans include extensive traveling. ROBERT E. PIKE 44 Edgeworth St. E. Bob spends most of his spare time in C.Y.O. and playing baseball or pool. Italian and sea food, the music of the Association, and people with good per- sonalities please him. Being able to get along with people will help make him a success in the field of accounting. Football Manager 10; Intramurals 10; Sr. Play DEBORAH J. PILLER 72 Hibiscus Ave. W. Surfing, Red Sox games, and working as a waitress occupy most of Debbie's spare time. Two-faced people and spinach annoy her. Her future plans include attending college and major- ing in languages. Drama Club 10; Spanish Club 10; F.T.A.; High Honors 10; Honors 11 GERALDINE PIZZI 327 East St. E. Gerri, who can be found working at Gem in her spare time, hopes to be- come a hairdresser after graduation. She enjoys Chinese food . . . dislikes hypocrites. D.E.C.A. 12 109 FREDERICK M. POMPEO 494 Columbian St. S. Fred, a part-time worker at Curtis Farms, enjoys sports, fast cars, and happiness . . . dislikes potato chips and sarcastic people. His future plans include Holy Cross College and a Naval career. Honors 10; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Moni- tor 10; Chess Club 10 RICHARD D. POTTER 53 Cranberry Rd. W. An avid surfer and skier, Rick will attend a business school after gradua- tion. ELIZABETH G. POWELL 61 Middle St. E. Bettv spends her spare time working as a dietary aide. Her future plans include attending Bridgewater State College and following a career in education. F.H.A. Pres. 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Riding Club 10; Tennis 10 JOSEPH D. POW ER 19 Fort Point Rd. N. Joe spends his spare time working at Snug Harbor Boat Yard. He enjovs all foods, contemporary music, and reading . . . hopes to attend college and graduate school. Sophomore Class Play 10; Chess Club 10; Debate Club 11; Political Affairs Club 11, 12 MARILYN f. PRATT 120 Oak St. S. Mai is a part-time worker at the Burger King, and is a member of the Horizon Club. She likes Italian food . . . dis- likes bovs with extra long hair. Her future plans include attending college or a business school. Library Asst. 10; Library Club 10; Monitor 10; Gazebo 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11 SHEILA J. PRATT 15 Pearl St. N. Sheila works at the telephone com- pany • • . enjoys hamburgers and friendly people . . . business college lies in her future. Pep Club 11 MARY A. PRENDERGAST 15 Off Station E. Music, sewing, and working as a nurse's aide occupy most of Mary Anne's spare time. She enjoys hot fudge sundaes . . . future plans are for a career in music. Riding Club 10; F.H.A.; Math Club ELLEN L. PROCTOR 658 Commercial St. E. Ellen spends her spare time working at Randy's Manufacturing Co. and staying out of trouble . . . likes Italian food and honest people, but dislikes snobs. Honors 10; Chess Club 10; French Club 10; Riding Club 10; F.T.A. 11; Political Affairs Club 1 1 ANN P. PROULX 24 Evans St. N. Sewing and working at Woolworth's keep Ann busy. She dislikes people who judge others before getting to know them . . . hopes to attend college. Honors 10, 11; French Club 10; Span- ish Club 11; Cap and Gown Comm.; Gazebo VICTOR J. PUNTIRI, JR. 33 Sandy W ay X. Vic, an outstanding athlete and a com- petent leader of his class, enjoys listen- ing to music and having a good time. After graduation, he would like to attend college and later to play pro- football. Student Council 10, 11; Pres. 12; Base- ball 10, 11, 12; Hockey 10, 11, 12; Football 12; Monitor ' 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 110 RICHARD A. PURDY 40 Houserock Rd. W. Rick enjoys surfing, gymnastics, and all sports . . . likes friendly, funny people and pizza. He plans to attend college after graduation. Gymnastics 11, 12 CHRISTINE F. QUALEY 12 Estabrook Rd. W. Chris enjoys photography and basket- ball games. She dislikes the cafeteria food and hopes to attend college to become a language teacher. Riding Club 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12; A.V. 11, 12; Camera Club 12; Film Makers Club 12; Tutor 12; French Club 10, 12; Gazebo Comm. 12; Conservation Club 12; F.N.A. 10 4u FRANCIS J. QUILL 49 Sea St. N. Fran enjoys surfing and alligator wrestling. He feels he is different be- cause he doesn't have a W.H.S. ring or jacket. A trip to California lies in his future . . . likes parties, pizza, and spaghetti and meatballs. Chess Club; Baseball 10 CHARLENE C. QUINN 64 Barnes Ave. S. Working at Zayre's and dancing at the Surf occupy most of Cha's time. She enjoys friendly, funny people, but dislikes conceited people. Cha hopes to attend Mansfield Beauty Academy in the future. MICHAEL J. QUIRK 16 Glen Rd. E. Mike's goal is to become a lawyer. He likes all types of food, popular music, and honest, hardworking peo- ple. His personality will assure him much luck in the future. WILLIAM C. RAFUSE 181 Wessagussett N. Bill, who hopes to become a computer programmer, likes all types of foods and sports. Country and western mu- sic and honest people are among his favorites. Prejudiced people don't find favor with Bill. He is a sure success in whatever he attempts. Chess Club 11, 12 VIRGINIA A. RAINSFORD 72 Judith Rd. N. Ginny hopes to become an elementary school teacher. Sewing and roast beef sandwiches are among her favorites. Drama Club 10; Soph. Play Comm. 10; Soph. Partv Comm. 10; Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Prom Comm. 12; Jr. Party Comm. 11; Political Affairs; Campus Rep. 10 SHARON E. RAND 47 Ford Rd. \Y. Friendlv and prettv. Sharon loves sports. Her job involves drawing prints for an engineering company. A future history major, she hopes to work for the government or to become a teacher. Ski Club 11; Riding Club 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Library Asst. 10, 11; Gazebo PAUL S. RANDALL 50 Ledgebrook Rd. S. A future ichthologist, Paul enjoys science courses and astronomy. He keeps tropical fish and works at Jordan Marsh in his spare time. He likes hamburgers and is interested in people. Intramurals 10; Chem. Lab. Aide 11; Honors 10; High Honors 11 BARBARA A. RANSOM 24 Madison St. E. Athletic Barbara enjoys swimming, ten- nis, and horseback riding. She works in an office after school. College lies in her future. Tennis Team 10, 11, 12; Riding Club 10; Monitor 10 111 1 CARL D. REAVEY 65 Lakewood Rd. S. Friendly and athletic, Carl dislikes in- sincere people and enjoys playing bas- ketball. He hopes to attend college after graduation. Basketball 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; Political Affairs 12; W.H.S. T.V. 12 ELLEN E. REXNIE 121 Hawthorne St. E. Happy-go-lucky Ellen likes to have a good time. She belongs to her C.Y.O. and hopes to become a nurse after graduation. Office Worker 10; Spanish Club 10; Pep Club 11; Campus Rep. 10; Honors 10 RUSSELL | RENNIE 72 Ralph Talbot S. Russ, always ready with a smile, loves Peanut Rutter Cups. He enjoys skiing, tennis, and golf. Russ aspires to be- come an engineer. Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11. 12; [.M.S.V.C. 10 CHARLES E. REYNOLDS 35 N. Main St. Chuck lives in Cohasset and commutes to school each day. In his spare time he works in a gas station, skiis, races, and plays hockey. He likes Chinese food but dislikes anchovies and sar- dines. He.plans to be a printer. Sr. Prom Comm.; Honors 11; Open House 11. 12 DEBORAH A. REYNOLDS 114 Circuit Ave. S. Debbie, a distributive education stu- dent, likes to draw, paint, and sew. She works at Sears in her spare time, and hopes to become either a nurse or an artist. Dishroom Helper 12; Mrs. Parkman's Secretary 1 1 JUDY A. RICCIARELLI 10 Welland Road W. Jude, who will do anything on a dare, is a transfer student from Montpelier, Vermont. She hopes to pursue a musi- cal or medical career. Film Makers Club 12; Ski Club 12 ALBERT R. RICHARD 20 Linway St. S. Ray, who likes to bowl, ski, and swim, wants to attend a Junior College before going to college. Riding Club 12; Computer Club 12 NEWELL C. RICHARDS 12 Sherwood Rd. N. Newell has a job in a printing plant and hopes to become a journeyman in the printing industry. He is President of the Weymouth Vocational Technical High School. Pres. W.V.T.H.S.; Open House 10, 11, 12; Honors 11; Merit Award 11 ROBERTA E. RICHARDS 64 Barbara Lane S. Talented Roberta works at Jordan Marsh in her spare time and plans to become a legal secretary. Band 10, 12; Political Affairs 11; Folk Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11, Pres. 12; Re- flector Advertising 12; Honors 10, 11 GEORGE D. RICHARDSON 242 Pine St. S. Dennis, who likes fast things and pret- zels, works at the Dedham Plumbing Company in his spare time. He plans to enlist in the service after graduation. W.H.D.T. 112 MARIE E. RILEY 101 Holly Hill S. Marie works at Stop and Shop. She plans to attend secretarial school next year. Ski Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 WILLIAM P. RILEY 260 Essex St. W. Chip was a lifeguard during the sum- mer and likes to swim, sail, and surf. He enjoys listening to jazz and pop music . . . plans to attend college. Band 10, 11, 12 1 h PATRICIA A. RIORDAN 5 Robert Post Rd. S. When Patti isn't working at the Far- mer's Market, she spends her time sewing and listening to music. She likes sportscars and spectator sports. To attend the Automation Institute in Boston and to become a computer programmer is Patti's goal. Computer Club 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club NANCY J. RISTUCCIA 23 Briarwood Trail W. Working part-time at the Capitol Super Market takes up most of Nancy's time. She dislikes people who always talk about themselves. Xancy plans to be- come a legal secretary. Talent Show 10, 11; Folk Show 10, 11; Sr. Play Usherette; Pep Club; Honors 10 DEBRA A. RITCHIE 254 Randolph St. S. After school, Debbie works as a nurse's aide at South Shore Hospital. She likes lasagna and friendly people. Debbie plans a career as a dental assistant. Campus Rep. 11 DONNA L. RITCHIE 126 Park Ave. W. S. Sewing and working at King's take up Donna's spare time. She hopes to attend either a business school or Bridgewater State after graduation. F.B.L.A. 11, Treasurer 12; F.T.A. 12; Reflector Staff 12; High Honors 10; Honors 11; Shorthand Certificate BETTE LYNN ROBBINS 605 Middle St. E. Bette works as a nurse's aid at Elihu White Nursing Home . . . likesallout- door sports and seafoods. Travel and work lie ahead for Bette after gradua- tion. Honors 10, 11; Mr. Blake's Secretary 12; Pep Club 10 FREDERICK L. ROBBINS 19 Abington St. Fred has a part time job which takes up a good part of his spare time. In the future he plans to go into business for himself. PAULA J. ROBBINS 315 Broad St. W. Working at Grossman's, bicycling, and listening to music are "P'la's" enjoy- ments. She likes bagels and cream cheese, Janis Joplin, and Simon and Garfunkel. College lies in her future. French Club 10; Spanish Club 10; High Honors 10, 11; Political Affairs 11, 12 ROY H. ROBINSON, JR. 53 Carver St. E. Roy works at Mammoth Mart and enjoys people, food, and most types of music. Interested in sports, Roy's future plans include going on to school after graduation. Honors 11; Pep Club 11 113 JOHN F. ROONEY 54 Reed Ave. S. Working at Curtis Farms, horseback riding, and skiing are Jack's special interests. Curly haired Jack likes friendly, cheerful people and roast beef with gravy. After the Air Force, he plans to continue his schooling in the business field. Ski Club; Campus Sales 11; Reflector Rep. 12 JOSEPH F. ROSADO, JR. 381 Washington W. Joe runs a summer track league, works and travels. Lecture halls and two- faced people annoy Joe. After gradu- ation, Joe plans to obtain a teacher's degree and then join the Peace Corps. Key Club, Treasurer 12; Indoor and Outdoor Track Co-Captain 12; Cross Country Captain 12 WENDY R. ROSS 309 Pond St. S. Wendy plans to study drama after graduation. She likes thinking indi- vidualists, fish, daisies, and Boston. Soph. Play; Thurber Carnival WILLIAM J. ROTHWELL 16 Orleans Rd. W. Happy-go-lucky "Lumpy" spends his spare time working at Curtis Farms. He loves any kind of food and dislikes homework. Chess Club DOMENIC E. ROTOLO 1 Squanto Rd. N. Domenic enjoys Italian food, progres- sive rock, and open minded people. He dislikes soul music and phonies. Someday Dom hopes to make a million. Riding Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12 JAMES D. RULEY 6 Drew Ave. E. Jim enjoys roller skating and working on cars. He dislikes Fords. After high school he plans to enter the Air Force then he plans to go into business and customize cars. JOSEPH J. RUSSO 140 Lake St. E. Joe enjoys sports, folk music, and Italian food. After graduation he hopes to work for an airline, as a pilot or an engineer. Folk Music Show 10; Monitor 10, 11, 12; Student Council 10, 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm. WIDAR E. S AH LIN 40 Long Pine Path W. Friendly Wes is kept busy by skiing, swimming, and skating. This Swede likes Italian food, soul music, and quiet, truthful people . . . dislikes onions, hypocrites, and Western music. With his height, Wes is sure to reach all goals. DANIEL F. ST. LAWRENCE 202 Elmer Rd. Dan's spare time is spent fishing and camping. He particularly likes sea- food, all types of music and people. After graduation Dan plans to study marine biology. Band; Orchestra ELENA M. SALYATI 258 Green St. N. Quiet but friendly, Elzie always wears a smile. She is a waitress at Pilgrim's Luncheonette and spends her spare time sewing. After graduation Elzie hopes to become a language teacher. Spanish Club 10, 11; High Honors 10; French Club 10, Campus Sales 11 114 DONALD V. SALVATORE 48 Poinsettia Ave. W. Friendly Don hopes to become a ma- rine biologist. He enjoys Italian food and all types of music. His spare time is spent w orking at Electro-Switch. Riding Club 11, 12; Chess Club 11; Key Club 11; Lab Assistant 11 GAIL A. SAMPLE 809 Pleasant St. E. Gail enjoys reading, bowling, and Chinese food. After graduation she plans to attend a college of business. F.B.L.A. 12 SCOTT J. SANSON 30 Cliff St. N. Scott spends most of his spare time at Burger King, either working or with his friends. He plans to attend college and hopes to become an engineer. Student Council 10, 12; Monitor 10; Weight Lifting 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 RAYMOND A. SANTO 185 Rinaloo Rd. N. Ray, a drummer in a band, likes soul music, Italian food, and short friendly girls but dislikes conceited people. Electronics lies ahead for Ray after attending a technical institute. NANCY SARACENO 52 Apple Tree Ln. W. Working at Jordan Marsh, playing the guitar at folk masses, and sewing are a few of Nancy's interests. Likes the beach . . . dislikes getting up early for school. Nancy plans to attend a junior college and perhaps become a Business English teacher. Cheerleader; Secretary F.B.L.A; Ski Club; Sr. JANE L. SARGENT 34 Partridge Rd. S. Jane works at the Curtis Farms snack bar in her spare time. Her plan for the future is to become a secretary. Spanish Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Political Affairs Club 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Library Asst. 10, 11, 12; Campus 12; High Honors 10, 11 SUSAN E. SAYWOOD 15B Memorial Dr. E. Sue, who feels she's always in a hurry, works at Woolworth's in Hingham. She likes driving and fast cars and would like to travel to California after graduation. Sue's one dislike is getting up in the morning. Honors 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Mrs. Andem's Sec. 12 DORIC C. SCARPELL1 19 Bluff Rd. N. Between reporting news for the Globe and Weymouth .Xews, and announc- ing at our football games, Doric finds time to work at Delorev's . . . plans on becoming a journalist. French Club 10; Student Council 10. 12; Reflector 10, 11, Editor 12; Politi- cal Affairs Club 12; Key Club 11; W.H.S.T.V. 12; Sr. Class Play; Moni- tor 12; High Honors 10, 11; Jr. Usher 11 THOMAS M. SCHIER 34 Ledgebrook Rd. S. Tom hopes to attend college after grad- uation and plans to become a teacher. Working at Howard Johnson's, skiing, and surfing are among Tom's interests . . . enjoys hard rock music . . . dis- likes kidney beans. MARTHA S. SCHLEIFF 157 Mt. Vernon E. E. Sissy hopes to attend college in the fall and eventually become an ele- mentary school teacher. She enjoys sailing, horseback riding, and tennis. Sissy is also secretary of her C.Y.O. Sr. Class Play; Tennis Team 115 WILLIAM M. SCHNEIDERHAN 71 Belmont St. W. Bill has a part-time job at Jordan Marsh. His special interests include sports, rock music, and happy people. Bill hopes to attend B.C. in the fall. Band 10, 11, 12; Kev Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; French Club 10; Honors 10, 11 JANICE M. SCOLAMIERO 12 Alta Road E. Always smiling, Jan is a transfer stu- dent and was Vice-President of her sophomore class. She has worked at Harvard Stadium, at Whitey's Home Bakery, and as Vice-President of the Deanery C.Y.O. She enjoys people who like to laugh. Campus 11, Editor 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Theatre Arts 12; Sr. Class Play Comm.; Thurber Carni- val; Jr. Prom Comm.; Honors 10, 11 ROBERT L. SCHULER 21 Village Rd. E. Planning a future career in the Navy, Bob now works at Grant's. Among his favorites are pizza, whoppers, and blondes with blue eyes. A.V. 10 BARBARA E. SCOTT 45 Priscilla Cir. W. "Scotty" believes people are her main interest . . . likes Chinese food and life at the Cape. She plans to go to college and become an elementary school teacher. Student Council 10; Ski Club 11 Pres. 12; Gymnastics 10; Monitor 10; Span- ish Club 10; Cap and Gown Comm. KATHRYN-LEE SCOTT 561 Main St. S. Kay is president of the D.E. course and likes people who are quiet and polite. She works at Zayre's in her spare time. Kay's one desire after graduation is a ring on her third finger, left hand. D.E. President 12 DANA P. SCRIBNER 42 Greenvale Ave. W. Between basketball games, Dana likes pizza, french fries, and steak. He trans- ferred from the Vocational in his sopho- more year and hopes to become an industrial arts teacher. I.M.C. 11; Track 10, 11, 12 PAUL F. SEARS 32 Rosalind Rd. N. "Paul" who works at Purity Supreme Market, enjoys JeffBeck, Feliciano, and C.Y.O. activities. He loves to swim and enjoys Italian foods. In the future he plans to have a business of his own, maybe a food market . . . dis- likes white socks. PAUL B. SHANAHAN 92 Pierce Rd. "Stubbs" who works at Purity Supreme Market enjoys Jeff Beck, Feliciano, and pork strips . . . has no immediate plans for the future. He dislikes Paul Revere and the Raiders, cauliflower, turdes, and spiders. Chefs Club 10; Chess Club 10, 11, 12 KATHERINE S. SELLERS 15 Parker Rd. N. Sewing, riding, and working part-time keep Kathy busy . . . fond of Chinese food, all types of music, and people with good personalities; but abhors liver, cliques, and snobs. College will prepare Kathy for her role as a librar- ian. Riding Club 11, Pres. 12; Library Assistant 11, 12 BRADFORD C. SHANNON 228 East St. E. An avid sports fan, Brad enjoys base- ball and basketball. He is an employee of a construction company and eventu- ally plans to own and manage his own company. High Honors 11; Merit Award; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Open House 12 116 DENNIS J. SHEEHAN 170 King Philip S. The art of graphing is Dennis' special interest. His spare time is spent golfing, hunting, and playing basketball. Den- nis hopes to attend Colgate University m the fall. Dramatics 10; Cross Country 11; J. M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Key Club 12 MARY K. SHEEHAN 21 Trafalgak Crt. S. Friendly Kathy works at Bergson's Ice Cream at the South Shore Plaza in her spare time. Sewing, and clam chowder are some of Kathy 's favorites. Since Kathy enjoys people, she would like to teach elementary school after college. Sr. Class Play; Campus 12 DOUGLAS S. SHEPHERD 26 Abbott St. S. Doug works as a cook at the South Shore Hospital. He enjoys surfing, food, and girls with long hair. Doug wants to become a funeral director in his father's business. Chorus 10, 11, 12; Monitor 10 RICHARD A. SHEPHERD 26 Abbott St. S. Shep's hobbies are cooking and re- constructing cars. He likes girls . . . plans for the future are to travel and possibly continue his schooling. Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11, 12 DENNIS M. SHEPPARD 214 Neck St. N. Dennis's hobbies are constructing models and puzzles. He likes all types of food, people, and music. Dennis plans to further his education after graduation by going to night school. JOSEPH E. SHERIDAN 358 East St. E. Friendly Joe is very active in C.Y.O. He likes the summer . . . dislikes school and conceited people. Joe plans to enter the service after graduation. Intramurals 10; Monitor 10 L. DOUGLAS SHERWOOD 24 Jacquelyn Rd. W. Doug enjoys all types of water sports, especially water-skiing and surfing. He likes the Association and the Bucking- ham's. Doug's plans for the future are for a long bachelorhood and to be an architectural designer. Honors 10; Band 10, 11, 12; Talent Show 10; Intramurals 10; Spring Track 10; Theatre Arts 11; Thurber Carnival PAMELA S. SHERWOOD 24 Jacquelyn Rd. W. Always smiling and friendlv, Pam hopes to attend Gordan College. In her spare time she enjoys playing the piano and works as a waitress at Bickford's Pancake House. She is an active member of her church vouth group. Chorus 10, 11; Miss Pearson's Sec. MAUREEN P. SHIELDS 39 Woodlan Dr. S. Maureen, quiet but friendly, will go on to college and then enter the Peace Corps. Although a part time job at a cleaners keeps her busv, she is active in C.Y.O. and the Drum Corps. J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Ski Club 11, 12 NANCY A. SIDLAUSKAS 145 Sorthern Ave. N. Friendly and outgoing, Nancy plans to go to a junior college and then be- come an airline stewardess. Her spare time is taken up with a job at Curtis Farms. Her favorites are trench fries, ice cream, and T-Birds, but she dis- likes stopping at red lights. Pep Club 10, 11; Art Club 10; Campus Rep. 10 117 JANET M. SIMON 69 Belmont St. W. With a future as a computer program- mer, Janet will attend college and major in math. Aside from sewing, she enjoys all sports, especially skiing. Loves Cape Cod. Honors 10, 11; Lang. Lab. Aid 10 Spanish Tutor 11; Computer Club 12 Chorus 11, 12; Sr. Class Play 11, 12 Campus Staff 12 JOHN M. SIMON 493 Pleasant St. S. Jack's job as a cook at the Ked Coach Crill insures him great success when he someday owns his own restaurant. Naturally, he enjoys food of all kinds. Dislikes snobs. Gymnastics 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Southeastern Mass. District Music Festival 11, 12 [ON A, SJOSTEDT 34 Bluff Rd. N. "Arb" plans to go on to college after graduation. Enjoys football and the Surf, but dislikes smart people. Wrestling 11; Computer Club 12 KATHLEEN A. SKIFFTNGTON 389 Green St. N. (Cathy, quiet but friendly, plans to become an airline stewardess in the future. She spends much of her time working at Touraine's. Her favorites are pizza and chocolate cake. High Honors 10 JOANNE P. SLATTERY 27 Cedar St. E. Petite and sweet, Jo likes Chinese food and cheerful people. Working part- time at Jordan Marsh occupies her spare moments. To become a secre- tarv lies ahead in her future. Honors 10; Home Km. Rep. 10; Stud. Council, Monitor 11; Pep Club 11 PATRICIA SLATTERY 46 Ceder St. E. With her sweet smile and lively per- sonality, Pat will be a welcome addition to the nursing profession. Working at the telephone company, sewing, babysitting, and C.Y.O. keep her busy. Loves Chinese food. Future Nurses 11; Campus [lector Rep. 12; Pep Club 1 1 11, Re- DAVID B. SLA YIN 397 Essex St. Although uncertain about his future. Dave has one goal: to enjoy life. He can be often seen working at Curtis Farms. Included in his favorites are steak, The Young Rascals and happy people. DEBORAH A. SMITH 52 Standish St. N. Debbie, still undecided about her future plans, enjoys soul music, french fries, and happy people. She is presently employed at the Star Market. Reflector Advertising Staff 12; Riding Club 10; F.B.L.A. 12 DONALD L. SMITH 21 Chard St. W. Don, who sings in a group, enjoys fish and Janis Joplin but dislikes soul music. After graduation, he plans a career in the preservation of animals. Honors 10 EDWARD J. SMITH 214 Front St. W. Besides working at Friendly 's, Ed likes electronics, Italian food, and most all popular music. Dislikes lima beans. After graduation, he hopes to attend college. Honors 10, 11 118 EVELYN SMITH 215 Pierce Rd. W. ""Hermie" enjovs pizza, the Beatles, and funnv people . . . dislikes sour pickles. As of now, her future plans are still undecided. F.B.L.A.; Mr. Fisher's Sec; Honors 10, 11 PAMELA J. SMITH 623 RR Pleasnat S. Pam, always active, has a variety of interests . . . horseback riding, dancing, roller skating, swimming. She dislikes phonies and people with no sense of humor. After graduation she plans to travel to California. Chorus 10 RONALD SMITH 215 Pierce Rd. W. Working at Suburban TV. occupies Ron's spare time . . . likes sour pickles, the Fifth Dimension, and cante- lope. His goal is to earn a million dollars and a PhD. WALTER E. SMITH 28 Webb St. W. Smitty's interests vary from fishing to coin collecting . . . enjoys jazz mu- sic and steak. He hopes to become a draftsman or an architect after gradu- ation. Library Assistant 11, 12; The Gazebo 12; Sr. Prom Comm. SALLY R. SNOWMAN 93 Pierce Ct. N. Sewing and boating are among Sally's many interests . . . dislikes loud peo- ple . . . she hopes to work with children in the future. J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12 FRANCES SOLLOWIN 371 Green St. N. A future elementary teacher, Franny enjoys sewing and horseback riding. She also likes psychedelic music, pizza, and pastrami. Riding Club 10, 12; F.T.A. 12; High Honors 10 LINDA J. SORDILLO 486 Main St. S. Always smiling, Linda spends her spare time horseback riding and working at Star Market. She enjoys psychedelic music and Italian food . . . hopes to attend Chandler School after gradua- tion. F.B.L.A. 12 CAROL A. SPADA 93C Memorial Drive E. Carol enjoys all sports, listening to the radio and babysitting . . . dislikes conceited people and bovs with short hair. After graduation, she hopes to become an office worker. F.B.L.A. 11; Chorus 10; Shorthand Cert. 60 THOMAS J. SPANO 721 Randolph St. S. Tom, who enjoys sports, work, and collecting stamps, dislikes grouchy peo- ple, loafing, and steak. He has limited his future plans down to three fields: the Marines, electronics, or further schooling. Chorus 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 11,12; Cross Country 10; Chorale 1 1 KENNETH P. SPINK 57 Jacquelyn Rd. W. In his spare time, "Kenya" works and spends monev . . . likes steaks and oldies-but-goodies . . . dislikes conceited girls and Corvairs. As of now his future is uncertain, but he hopes to make the best of it. 119 GARY S. SPRAGUE 103 North St. N. Sports-minded Spudge enjoys people with good personalities . . . dislikes snobs and school lunches. His future plans are still undecided. Baseball 10; Chess Club 10; Student Council 10 DEBORA B. STEEN 13 Greenvale Ave. W. Debbie, good-natured and friendly, hopes to attend Chamberlayne Jr. Col- lege and major in retailing. She can be found working at Remick's . . . likes friendly people and Chinese food . . . dislikes conceited people. Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; Ski Club 11; Jr. Prom Comm. 11; French Tutor 11; Campus 11, 12 MARK F. STEPHENS 79 Richmond St. \Y. Marko enjoys drag races and working on cars . . . likes sirloin steaks, The Doors, and ice hockey . . . dislikes pot roast and conceited people. He hopes to follow a career in engineering after graduation. JOHN D. STEVENS 112 Knollwood Cir. W. Jake, who can be found working at Friendly 's, likes juicy roast and all sports . . . dislikes Chinese food and people who don't stand up for them- selves. He hopes to enter the airlines as a pilot and engineer. Chess Club 12 DEAN L. STEWART 40 Healy Rd. W. Working at Sheridan's takes up most of Dino's spare time . . . likesshrimp, steak, and people with good person- alities . . . dislikes slow cars and fast talking people. After graduation he hopes to attend college and enter the computer field. Computer Club 12; Intramurals 10 MICHAEL S. STOKES 24 Puritan Rd. E. "Raghead," always on the go and ready to add a gay note to any oc- casion, is a member of C.Y.O. and spends his spare time participating in sports and following the life of Willie Mays . . . hopes to attend U. Mass. or B.C. . . . likes Italian and Chinese food. Intramurals 10; Chess Club 10; High Honors 10; Computer Club 12; Politi- cal Affairs 12 LARRY C. STOHL 45 Roland Rd. S. Lar, who hopes to play professional baseball in the future, spends his spare time at the Y.M.C.A. He likes quiet people . . . dislikes lumpy, mashed potatoes and pizza. Baseball KATHLEEN M. STONE 20 Front St. W. Reading, playing the guitar, and work- ing occupy most of Kathy's spare time . . . likes folk music and pizza . . . dislikes hypocrites and liver. Her future plans are to be happy and successful in whatever she does. Sr. Class Play - Stage Crew ANTHONY F. SULLIVAN 27 Hunter Terr. S. Tonv's special interests are basket- ball and football. His future plans include joining the service then attend- ing a junior college. His favorite food is pizza and he dislikes spinach. Cap and Gown Comm.; Open House 12; Wresding Team 12 GAIL P. SULLIVAN 11 Aha Rd. E. Friendly and always smiling, Gail is bound to be a success in her future field of teaching. She is an active member of C.Y.O. . . . likes roast beef, soul music, and friendly people . . . dislikes phonies and conceited people. Student Council 10; Monitor 10; Office Helper 10; Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Cap and Gown Comm.; Chorus 10, 11, 12 120 JOHN P. SULLIVAN 14 Karen Lane E. Sullv, a fan of Charlie's Pizza Shop, enjoys playing the organ and piano in his band . . . plans to enter music composition. Pep Club 12; Talent Show 11 KATHLEEN M. SULLIVAN 371 Neck St. N. Kathy would like to attend Boston or Bridgewater State after graduation . . . likes pizza . . . dislikes conceited people. Language Lab. 11 ROBERT A. SULLO 20 Neck St. N. Bob, always smiling, would like to become a lawyer after attending college. Working at Delo rev's Variety Store and participating in sports fill his spare moments. Junior Usher; French Club, Pres. 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; Honors 10; High Honors 11; Cap and Gown Comm. Sr. Nom. Comm.; Political Affairs 12; Intramurals Basketball 10 LILLIAN A. SVIZZERO 104 Hanian Dr. E. Working part time at GEM occupies most of Toni's spare time. She likes Whopper Burgers . . . dislikes con- ceited people. Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11; Library Asst. 11 TERRY A. SW ANSON 159 Roosevelt Rd. W. Quiet and athletic, Terry would like to attend L T . Mass. and become a phy- sical education teacher. Working at Lauriat's and playing tennis fill her spare moments . . . likes the Spanish guitar and people with a realistic view of life . . . dislikes hypocrites. Spanish Club 10, 11; Soph. Play; Theater Arts Club 1 1; Gymnastic Team 11; Tennis Team 10, 11, 12 SUSAN E. SWART 560 Washington St. W. Sue, artistically inclined, enjoys paint- ing, sewing, folk music, and all ac- tivities connected with her church . . . likes submarine sandwiches . . . dis- likes school beans. She hopes to at- tend Mass. College of Art and become a book illustrator. Dramatic Club 10;Co-Art Editor Cam- pus 12; Sr. Class Play; Honors 11; Spanish Club 11; Soph. Play DEBORAH L. SWEENEY 45 Cottage Ln. W. Listening to Orpheus and eating Chin- ese and Italian food is how Debbie likes to fill her spare time. Planning on teaching in the elementary grades is Deb's future. Spanish 10, 11; Campus Sales 11; Sr. Class Play; Graduation Dance Comm. 12; Honors 11 JANET P. SWEENEY 46 Lone Pine Path W. Sports, dancing, and bowling are among Jan's favorite past-times. She likes Italian food and pop music . . . dislikes boys who wear white socks. Next year Jan will attend Massasoit Community College. Spanish Club 10; Ski Club 11 SHARON A. SWEENEY 57 Welland Rd. W. "Ralph," who spends her spare time working at Kentucky Fried Chicken, plans a career as a marine biologist. A stuffed animal collection and acordi- an are some of her varied interests. French Club 10; Talent Show 10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; High Honors 10; Honors 11 LAURETTA J. TAGLIERI 29 Wachusett Rd. W. Laurie, a cashier at First National, dislikes conceited people and getting up early. She hopes to attend a busi- ness school or junior college. Spanish Club 10 121 XIX A E. TAMER 29 Mason St. S. Sports, dancing, sewing, and writing poetry take up most of" Smilie's" spare time. She would like to go into either bookkeeping or accounting after grad- uation. Thurber Carnival Ticket Comm. 11; Stage Crew Sr. Class Play 12; Reflector Rep. 12; Office Worker 12 BARBARA A. TANGER 31 Bartlett St. X. Barb, who works at Turnstyle, likes to sew, read, dance, and go to football games. She plans to become a hair- dresser. E.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Ticket Comm. Sr. Class Play 12 GREGORY C. TANGER 1198 Washington St. E. "Smokey Joe" works on his car and plays football in his spare time. He also enjovs dancing. He is thinking about entering the computer program- ming field. Chess Club; Merit Awards; Honors 10, 11 W ILLIAM J. TANSEY 62 Village Rd. E. Bill likes to travel and enjoys music and friendly people, but dislikes know- it-alls and attention-getters. In the fu- ture he hopes to teach. Track 10; Political Affairs Club 11; Book Fair 12 TERESA E. TARR 73 Pecksuot Rd. X. Terri spends her spare time at foot- ball games. She enjoys funny people and having a good laugh, dislikes tests and boys with long hair. Reflector 10 LIXDA A. TAUBERT 49 Idlewell St. W. Linda, active in Rainbow and on her church basketball team, plans to go to college and become a language teacher. She likes people who are fun to be with . . . dislikes riding the bus in the morning. Cafeteria Monitor 10; French Club 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 12; Honors 10, 11 GEORGE R. TAUSEVICH 29 Meredith Way W. Tausey, who likes girls and motor- cvcles, plans a future in business ad- ministration. In his spare time he works as a shoe salesman and a re- pairman. DENNIS TAYLOR 60C Memorial Dr. E. '"D.T's" special interest is playing the drums. He plans to enter the Marines and then become a carpenter . . . may- be specialize in cabinet-making. He also enjoys cutting men's hair. Sr. Xom. Comm.; Merit Awards; Honors PATRICIA A. TAYLOR 184 Hibiscus Ave. W. Patti, who likes folk music, sincere people, and weekends, spends her spare time working, sewing, and playing her guitar. College is included in Pat- ti's future plans. Riding Club 10; Spanish Club 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12 SCOTT J. TAYLOR 34 Norma Ave. W. Scott, a sports enthusiast, plans to be- come an engineer. Working fills most of his spare time. 122 WILLIAM F. TAYLOR 18 Granite St. W. Bill, who likes psychedelic and hard rock, hopes to make it big with his group, "The Napoleonic Regime." He dislikes snobs and hypocritical people. MAURICE R. TETREAULT 729 Middle St. E. "Tate's" future plans include entering the Army and then continuing his trade. He enjovs working on cars and listen- ing to records and dislikes MacDon- ald's hamburgers. ■7* DAVID E. THIBEAULT 23 Chauncy St. S. "Teeb's" special interests include photography and working at an electro signal lab. He dislikes crowds. Camera Club SUSAN L. THOMAS 693 Pleasant St. S. Sue, who works at Remicks, spends her extra time playing the guitar and play- ing on her church basketball team. A talented artist, she would like to become an interior decorator. Student Council 10; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Campus Art Staff 12; Re- flector Rep. 10, 11; Folk Music Show 10; Spanish Club 11; CanipusRep. 11; Talent Show 1 1 JOSEPH M. THOMPSON, JR. 568 Ralph Talbot S. Joe enjoys all sports, but especially skindiving and football. He likes in- clude Italian and Chinese food, rock music, and real people; he dislikes country-western music and teeny boppers. Intramurals 10; Lang. Lab. Aid 10; Gazebo 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Political Affairs Club 12; Ski Club 12 MARILYN J. THOMPSON 611 Commercial E. "Mai" loves the wintertime, especially skiing and snowmobiling. Folk music, sincere people, and ice cream are among her likes. She hopes for a career in medicine. F.N. A. 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; French Club 10; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Wey- mouth Art Assoc.; Honors 10, 11 WILLIAM D. THOMSON 11 Greenvale Ave. W. Bill would like to go to business school after graduation. He spends his extra time working at Bob's Drive In, riding motorcycles, and listening to Orpheus. STEPHEN P. THORNLEY 275 Central St. S. Steve, who is interested in aviation, enjoys friendly people. He is unde- cided about his future. Intramural Basketball 10 JANE M. THRELFALL 88 Weyham Rd. N. Jane, who likes sensitive, aware people, enjoys writing poetry, reading con- temporary authors, and listening to jazz. She aspires to be a high school English teacher. F.H.A. 11; Campus Sales 11; Dra- matics Club 10 KEVIN J. TIEKXKY 72 Katherine St. N. Kevin, Master Councilor of Demolav, plans to become a lawver. Among his many interests are basketball, Or- pheus, and playing the drums. J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Math Club 10, 11; Computer Club 12; Junior L'sher 11; Sr. Nom. Comm. 12; High Honors 10, 11; National Merit Semi-Finalist; Delegate to Boys State 1968 123 H. WEBSTER TILESTON, III 36 Hilltop Rd. N. Web likes cheerleaders with long straight hair, and Italian food. He plans to attend M.I.T. and become a meteorologist . . . he also enjoys play- ing the drums and basketball. Basketball Intramurals 10, 11; Band 10, 11; Key Club 10, 11, Pres. 12; Political Affairs 12; W.H.S.T.V. 12; Honors 10; High Honors 11; Talent Show 10, 12 ALFRED S. TORRESSEN 385 Broad St. W. Terry, who works at Mug n' Muffin part time, would like to become a chef after serving in the Navy. Among his many interests are basketball, rock music, and girls with long, brown hair. Key Club 12; Intramurals 10 GARY M. TIRONE 74 Nash Rd. S. Gary, a basketball enthusiast, is a potential physical education teacher. He is active in C.V.O. and also has a part time job at Supreme Market. Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 12; Cross Country 10, 12; Intramurals 10, 11; Key Club 11, 12; Cafeteria Monitor 12; Political Affairs Club 12 DAVID A. TOURIGNY 28 Garey St. E. Dave is kept busy fulfilling his duties as President of his C.Y.O., Vice-Presi- dent of the W.V.T.H.S. and as the foot- ball team manager. He enjoys lively people. In the future he plans to enter the Air Force and then maybe drive across the United States in a trailer truck. Vice-Pres. W.V.T.H.S.; Football Man- ager 11, 12; Usher Grad. 11; Open House 10, 11, 12; Student Council 12; Jr. Norn. Comm.; Cap and Gown Comm. PATRICIA A. TRAVERS 2 Petrell Park W. Pat, who would like to become a secre- tary, has a part time job as a cashier at Star Market. She lists among her likes Chinese food, friendly people, and being with her friends. Spanish Club 10; Honors 10 THOMAS W. TRAVERS 66 Brae Rd. N. Tom enjoys girls, surfing, and playing cards. Upon graduation, he plans to enter the Air Force or take up struc- tural design. Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 10; Golf 10 GAYLE E. TREVAINS 259 Thicket St. S. Working at Brighams and watching drag races occupies Gayle's spare time. She hopes to further her education at U. of Mass . . . likes music and friend- ly people. Pep Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Sr. Class Play; Honors 11 CAROL J. TRIBOU 60 Pierce Rd. W. Carol enjoys playing the piano and water skiing. She hopes to become an elementary school teacher. Spanish Club 11, 12; French Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Reflector Adv. Staff 11; F.T.A. 11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Glee Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12 STEPHEN T. TRINGALE 7 Neck St. N. After a trip to California, "Twinks" hopes to major in history at college. His special likes include surfing, girls, lasagna. People that are phony annoy him. Key Club PHILLIP G. TRINGALI 106 Greenvale Ave. W. Phil, a part time worker, dislikes getting up for school in the morning. After graduation, he plans to work full time. Chess Club 124 BARBARA L. TROP 28 Georgia Rd. S. Barb, a Red Sox fan, enjoys all types of music and talking on the telephone. Getting up in the morning bothers her. In the future, Barb plans to become a Key-punch operator. F.B.L.A.; Mrs. Swain's Secretary 12 MARY ANNE TULLY 227 Commercial W. Mary Anne hopes to further her edu- cation in the field of art. Her hobbies are drawing, reading, swimming, and tennis. A friendly girl, she appreciates considerate people. F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Staff 12 CLAIRE E. TURNER 46 Glendale St. W. Claire, who enjoys the company of good friends, plans to attend college after graduation. Her favorite people are Phil Ochs and Judy Collins. Claire dislikes people who conform to make life easier. She likes people who aren't afraid to be themselves. French Club 10; Political Affairs 11, 12; High Honors 10; Honors 11 CHARLES B. TURNESA 592 Main St. S. Working two jobs, Charlie's spare time is filled. He enjoys all sports and '56 chevies . . . dislikes include fords and his shop uniform. He plans to join the U.S. Navy. Open House 12 KATHLEEN TYLER 126 Prospect Hill N. Kathy spends much of her spare time working at Sheridan's. In the future, she plans a career of nursing. Kathy especially likes the Temptations and lobster . . . she dislikes long-haired boys. Honors 10; Spanish Club 10, 11; Ski Club 11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm. SARAH E. VANKEUREN 57 Newbert Ave. S. A future nurse, Daffi works in her father's office as a medical secretary. She hopes to attend Lenox Hill Hospi- tal in New York City. Italian food and Orpheus are among her special likes; hippies among her dislikes. Honors 11; Cheerleading 11, 12; Cap and Gown; Ski Club 11, 12 DAVID H. VANORDEN 41 Massasoit N. Herbie, a hater of liver, plans to at- tend college in the future. He likes to eat Italian food and listen to rock and roll music. His special interest lies in girls, girls, girls. W.V.T.H.S. Open House 11; Book Fair 12 PENELOPE VAUGHAN 150 Thicket St. S. A sincere girl, Penny is Worthy Ad- visor of her Rainbow Assembly. She also works at Swanson's Bakerv and teaches Sunday School. In the future. Penny plans to go to college. Sincere people and clams are Pennv's special likes. NANCY A. VEAZIE 591 Pond St. S. Xanc, who works at the Stop and Shop in Braintree, dislikes conceited people. Her special likes include Chinese food and sincere people. In her future, Nanc hopes to become an airline stewardess. YICKI A. VERSECKES 12 Colasanti Rd. N. With a future as an I.B.M. technician, Yicki enjoys bowling, meatball subs and the Beatles. Much of her time is spent working at Gilchrist's. She dis- likes getting up early. Honors 10, 11 125 DEBORAH E. VIM 721 Commercial St. E. Modeling and working at Remick's take tip most of Debbie's spare time. Bubblegum and boys are her likes . . . she dislikes teachers who take gum away. To be a model or a secre- tary are her future plans. PATRICIA A. VILLAN'OVA 7 Shawmut Ave. E. Friendly and outgoing, Patsy enjoys boys, parties, and dancing, but dis- likes insincere people. To become a secretary is her future plan. Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Mrs. Di- ment's Secretary 12 PATRICIA A. VIRTA 349 Middle St. E. Crazy and funloving, Pat enjoys cheer- ful people especially those at the Surf. She wants to become a secretary after graduation. F.H.A. 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Tennis Team 10; Reflector Secretary 12 BARBARA E. WALKER 45 Elm St. S. Barb can be found working at theGEM Department Store in her spare time. She is a music enthusiast and enjoys collecting records. After graduation she hopes to attend a school in data processing or hairdressing. Chorus 10 CHARLES II. WALKER 3 Rosemary Ln. S. 6'4" and every inch full of fun, Charlie plays both guitar and piano. People who don't say what they mean bother him. His future plans are undecided. Monitor 10; F.T.A. 11; Chorus 10,11; Glee Club 12 CHERYL F. 3 Cody WALKER Rd. W orking at the A & P and teaching Sunday School for five-year-olds takes up most of Cheryl's after school hours. She likes Italian food and friendly peo- ple . . . dislikes snobs. To be a sec- retary is her plan for the future. DOREEN E. WALKER 3 Cody Rd. S. Happy-go-lucky "Doe" teaches Sun- day school and works at Twin City Cleaners. Chinese and Italian foods are her favorites, but she hates any- thing with raisons. After graduation, she hopes to enter the business world. RICHARD R. WALKER 15 Lee St. E. Dick is interested in all kinds of foods, musics, and people. He is presendy working in a hard woods flooring company. In his future he will enter the Army and then go into engineering. Honors 10 MAUREEN A. WALSH 16 Robbinswood S. Studious and hard-working, Reeny will surely be a success in college. Besides working as a cashier in a supermarket, she likes people who get involved with others. Ski Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11; J.M.S.- V.C. 11, 12; Computer Club 12; Ten- nis 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Gazebo 12; Campus 12; Reflector Adv.; High Honors 10, 11; National Merit Letter ot Comm. JANICE M. WARD 57 Judith Rd. N. Janice, who plans to further her educa- tion, is presendy undecided about her future. F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 126 ANDREA L. WATSON 23 Kingman St. W. Andi's spare time is spent working on youth fellowship projects and singing in her church choir. She survives on bologna and cheese sandwiches. After graduation she hopes to enter the nursing profession. Chorus 10, 12; Math Club 10; Reflec- tor 10, 11, Asst. Ed. 12; Tutor 11, 12; Pep Club 11; French Club 12; Political Affairs 12; W.H.S.T.V. Drug Program 12; High Honors 10, 11 PAUL M. WATSON 91 Worthen Ave. W. Paul enjoys sports, particularly rifle shooting. He likes modest people and fried chicken. Hopefully, MIT and a career in engineering are in store for him. Math Team 11, 12; Computer Club 12; Spanish Club 11; Gazebo 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Computer Aid 12; Chemistry Lab Asst. 12 ROBERT W. WATTS 371 Pond St. S. An active track man, Bob also is musically talented. He enjoys happy people but abhors beets. Northeastern University with electronics as his major are his future plans. Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, Pres. 12; Cross Country 11 ELAINE F. WEBB 761 Randolph St. S. Elaine is a violin enthusiast. She hopes to enter the nursing field after grad- uation . . . likes all foods and intelli- gent people. F.N.A. 11; Spanish Club 10 JOHN D. WEBBER 44 Bartlett Rd. N. Jack, a sports fan, has a special in- terest in basketball. He works part- time in a bakery. In the future he hopes to own a contracting business. He dislikes homework and enjoys being a comedian. Ski Club; Honors 10, 11; Open House 12 RICHARD J. WELCH 119B King Ave. W Rick works at Electro Switch in his spare time. He enjoys hard rock music and intelligent people . . . classical music and phonies are not for him. GLYN E. WEST 26 St. Anne Rd. E. Glyn plays bass guitar in a band for relaxation as well as income. His favorite musicians are Simon and Garfunkle. He also likes penny candy. After graduation Glyn plans to attend college. Baseball 10; Talent Show 11 RICHARD J. WHELAN 98 Westlake Dr. W. Flying airplanes employs much of Rick's extra time. He likes pizza and girls. In the future he hopes to work for an airline. Chess Club; Wresding Club CHARLES W. WHIPPLE 71 King Ave. W. Charlie spends much of his time hunt- ing and working on cars. Included in his favorites are pizza, W.R.K.O. and girl watching. After graduation, he plans to further his education. Chess Club 10, 11, 12; Conservation Club 12; Wrestling 10, 12 ELAINE M. WHITE 855 Pleasant St. E. Elaine loves to dance, especially to soul music. She dislikes conceited peo- ple. Next year she plans to become a beautician. 127 FRED E. WHITE 1081 Main St. S. In the future Rick plans to enter the Navy. He enjoys whopper burgers and pizzas . . . dislikes getting hair- cuts. In his spare time he likes going to Norwood Arena. Honors 10; Open House 12 KAREN L. WHITE 1270 Washington St. E. Karen enjoys skiing and dancing . . . she plans to go into the service after graduation, and likes boys with big smiles. BARRY D. WHITEHOUSE 18 Fountains Ln. S. Harry works at Jordan Marsh and takes flying lessons in his spare time. He likes most food except that served in the cafeteria. College with political science as a major or a career in the airlines constitute Barry's future plans. Band 10, 11, 12 LAURENCE P. WHITNEY 36 Robert Post S. Larry enjoys tennis and waterskiing for spare time activities. He likes soul music and spicy food. After gradu- ation he plans to attend Massasoit Jr. College. Tennis 11, 12 PA TRICIA A. WHITTINCTOX 19 Sycamore Rd. S. Pat can be found working at the Plaza Card and Gift Shop. She enjoys all spectator sports. College is her future goal. Spanish Club 10, 11; Ski Club 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11; FT. A. 11; Honors 10 ANTHONY R. WILCOX 86 Mill St. W. Tony, an individualist, enjoys music and math. He likes people with a sarcastic view of life. In the future, he hopes to attend college. Student Council 12; W.H.S.-T.V. 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; High Honors 10,11 WAYNE P. WILCOX 6 Paomet Rd. N. "Greeny" works at Baker's and plays "Ferdinand" in his spare time. He dislikes old ladies with big feet and likes peanut butter. After graduation, he plans to attend business school. Indoor Track 10, 11; Sr. Prom Comm. FRANCIS T. WILLIAMS 10 Everett Ave. N. Fran works at Turnstyle and plans to make a career of it eventually by becoming a manager. He likes blonds and squid . . . dislikes corned beef. Honors 10, 11 SUSAN WILLIAMS 17 Athens St. N. Sue is an active member of Rainbow and her senior youth group at church. She enjoys music and foods of all types. After school she hopes to be a fashion designer or an airline hostess. Pep Club SCOTT WILLY 49 Mt. Vernon E. E. Scott is an active sportsman, skiing in the winter, sailing in the summer . . . hopes to attend college after grad- uation. Wresding; Cap and Gown Comm. 128 DENNIS WILSON 85 Donnellan Cir. N. Swimming and golfing take up Den- nis' time when he's not in school or working. College is his plan for the future. ELIZABETH WILSON 29 Massapoag St. S. Beth works at Jordan Marsh and sews in her spare time. She likes Chinese food and baseball, but hates big crowds. Nursing or medical technolo- gy are her future hopes. Political Affairs 11, 12; F.N. A. 12; French Club 12; Tutor; Honors 10, 11 KENNETH J. WILSON 85 Donnellan Cir. N. Ken is planning to finish his education in cabinet making. His special in- terests include playing football and flying . . . dislikes authority. Honors 10, 11, 12 KENNETH W. WILSON 100 Appletree Ln. W. Kenneth can be found working at Sears or watching football or base- ball in his spare time. He likes all foods except liver. Eventually he wants to teach U.S. History. Political Affairs Club 11 MARTHA L. WILSON 57 Century Rd. S. An active Rainbow member and a salesgirl at Jordan Marsh, Martha still finds time to sew. She hates "cor- ridor blockers." Next year she plans to attend college. Reflector Adv. 11; Sr. Nora. Comm. Sr. Class Play; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; High Honors io, 11; Mass. Girl State Delegate; National Merit Letter of Commendation. NANCY L. WILSON 86 Broad St. W. "Gremlin" works at a riding stable in her spare time. She likes water- melon and the Beach Boys. Data Processing is her future goal. Honors 10 KATHLEEN D. WITT 62 Caldwell St. N. "Kathy" works at Jordan Marsh or sails in her spare time. She likes Butter- scotch Sundaes and walking in the courtyards. She hopes to teach school. Campus 10, 11, 12; Reflector 11; Jr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A. 12; Ski Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Sr. Class Play; Honors ROBERT J. WOLF 43 Hilldale Rd. S. A talented artist, "Wolf" also enjoys riding motorcvcles. He likes all music, food and most people. Traveling about the countrv are in his future plans. Conservation Club 12; Boston Globe Art Award HELEN J. WOLLASTON 44 Cranch St. E. "Wolly" works at Grant's or dances at the Surf in her spare time. She likes all food and rhythm and blues music. In the future she hopes to model or become a secretary. F.B.L.A.; Reflector JAMES C. WORCESTER 117 Homestead Ave. W. Working as a camp counselor in the summer and skiing, in the winter take up most of "Woo's" spare time. He likes sincere people and lasagne. A career as a doctor is his hope for the future. Chefs Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; Out- door Club 11; Spanish Club 12; High Honors 10, 11 129 A ~— DAVID A. WOKMALD 51 Revere Rd. E. Dave spends his spare time working at Grass Instrument Company, work- ing on cars, playing the drums and playing cards. He is planning to enter the Navel Reserves. Honors 10, 11; Open House 11 SANDRA L. WORRELL 50 Doris Dr. N. "Sandy" when not working at the Pilgrim Luncheonette is down the Surf. She likes red licorice and honest peo- ple. She hopes to travel and attend college after graduating. Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 12; Tutor 11; Mrs. Kaligian's Sec. 12; Office Helper 12; Reflector Adv. 12; Honors 10. 11 SHIRLEY M. WRIGHT 57 W ilson Ave. W. Playing basketball for Trinity Church and skating uses up Shirley's extra time. She likes Johnny Mathis and hates cafeteria food. After school she plans to work then get married. Mrs. Moss' Secretarv EDW ARD T. WUESTEFELD 137 Prospect Hill Sr. N. An all around guv. "Skippv" can be found working at a sub shop. All sports but especiallv water skiing are enjoyable to him. Other favorites of his are modern music and Italian food. In the near future- he plans to join the Air Force. Honors 1 1 LOUISE M. W YSOCKI 61 Lovell St. N. Louise works at Burger King in her spare time. She likes people who en- joy having fun. Plans to become a secretary after graduation. Miss Andem's Sec. 12; Pep Club 11; Shorthand Cert. 60 MICHAEL D. YANOYICH 15 Rosalind Rd. N. W orking at Cain's Restaurant or play- ing basketball take up most of Mike's time. He likes quiet people. School lunches annoy him. College is his future goal. RICHARD E. YETMAN 27 Newbert Ave. S. "Sam" spends much of his time in boats, a pursuit he hopes to follow at Maine Maritime next vear. He likes girls with long, dark hair but dislikes teachers who talk in a monotone. Student Council 10; Hockev 10. 11. 12; Honors 10 ELAINE M. YOUNG 457 Washington St. Vivacious 'Lainev' is enrolled in the college course, but has no definite plans for next vear. Folk Song Festival 10; Ski Club 11 KATHLEEN A. YOUNG 62 Aha Rd. E. Fencing and working at Grant's fill Kathy's spare time. Noel Harrison is her favorite person. She worries about the world and hopes to help by joining VISTA or the Peace Corps after college. Librarv Club 10, 11; A.V. 11. Political Affairs 12; Honors 10 12; KEVIN M. YOUNG 19 Raleigh Rd. E. All kinds of sports interest Kevin. After service in the Marines he plans to continue working at his trade and eventually own his own business. Student Gov.; Honors Merit Awards 11 10, 11, 12; 130 NORMAX S. YOUNG 457 Washington St. W. Xorm builds models in his extra time. He savs he's different because he gets a haircut at least once a month. After high school Xorm plans to enter the service. THOMAS A. YOUNG 51 Thayer Ave. \Y. Tom makes amateur films in his extra hours. He dislikes people who view the world through dark colored glas- ses. A young, happy marriage and a contribution to man are his hopes. Theater Arts; Sr. Class Play; J.M.S.- V.C.; Talent Show; Thurber Carnival; Reflector PHILIP YOUXGCLAUS 157 Idlewell Bl. E. Sports, especially hockey, and a job take up most of Phil's time. He likes funnv people and good bands. He hopes after college to either coach or play professional hockey. Football; Hockey; Baseball; Weight- lifting JOSEPH T. ZAMMARCHI 56 Doris Drive N. Surfing and pool take up much of Joe's time. He likes Italian food but dislikes people who think onlv of them- selves. After graduation he hopes to attend Bryant & Stratton. Intramurals 10; Chef's Course 12 STEVEN B. ZOPPATTI 1088 Commercial E. Steve bowls or plays pool in his spare time. He likes Italian food and today's music. His future is undecided but he hopes eventually to enter the automo- tive field. A LAX J. ZYLIXSKI 23 Fountain Ln. S. Al enjoys waterskiing and scuba div- ing. He works part time and is captain of the Boys' Gymnastic Team. After graduation Alan hopes to attend the Coast Guard Academy. Gvmnastics Club 12 10, 11; Capt. 12; Key 131 AND . . JOHN F. COOK 615 Pleasant St. S. John plans to attend a Junior Col- lege next. An excitable hockey fan, he also enjoys surfing and steaks. Wrestling 10; Spanish Club 10 KARL C. CHEBATOR 32 Pine Ridge Rd. An avid jogger, "Feet" works with a mason in his spare time. The Rolling Stones are among his fav- orites . . . The navy or working as a cabinetmaker are next for Karl. High Honors 10, 11. 12; Cabinet Making Awards 10. 11, 12 PHILLIP M. LENNON 112B Jos. Fern Ct. E. A future policeman. Phil will first enter the service after graduation. Girls and cars are among his fav- orites. Honors 10 ANDREW \Y. STUB 70 Evans St. N. Stubby's interests are centered around cars, which he enjoys re- pairing. He plans to become a cabinetmaker. IN MEMORIAM Michael Walsh "Is life a boon? If so, it must befall that death, whene'er he call, must call too soon." These words, by W. S. Gil- bert, remind us of the fragility ofhuman existence and of the absence of three departed classmates. It is with a mix- ture of sorrow and warm affection that we remember them. Peter Saraceno 136 Your health lies in their future. 139 No, that key! 142 Maybe someday they'll let me drive it. 143 Officers of the Key Club: Tom Dunlay. Web Tileston, Steve Tringale. Joe Rosado. The Key Club, under the direction of Mr. Daley and sponsored by the Wey- mouth Kiwanis Club, has an active membership of twenty-five. The officers this year are President Webster Tileston, Vice-President Tom Dunlay, Secretary Steve Tringale, and Treasurer Joe Rosado. The activities of the club include co-sponsoring the Book Fair and selling the program for the Thanksgiving Day Football Game. The money they raised went to Thanksgiving baskets for the needy families in the town and will be put towards scholarships for graduating seniors. President Web Tileston and Mr. Dalev. KEY CLUB 145 STUDENT COUNCIL This enthusiastic body of elected students, who must maintain set aca- demic requirements to remain a member of the group, functions weekly under the capable direction of Miss Martinez and Mr. Brizzi. The group's ideas and comments are reviewed thoughtfully and democratically with the leadership of competent officers: Vic Puntiri, Presi- dent; Dave Killory, Vice President; Kathy Murphy, Secretary; and Bill La- verty, Treasurer. Fund - raising activities were many this year. The annual Talent Show, one of the Council's outstanding func- tions, was a popular hit, and a financial success. A fall dance, likewise, proved to be very successful and Thanksgiving baskets were distributed to many needy families in the area. Once again the Globe Santa, complete with beard and red suit, made profitable rounds during the lunch hour. W ell, Boys. President Vic Puntiri addresses a meeting of the Student C Student Council officers Kathy Murphy, Vic Puntiri, Bill Laverty, and David Killory. 146 JMSVC This year J.M.S.V.C. under the di- rection of Mrs. Magraw, expanded its program greatly. David Killory was chosen Sr. Chairman and William Con- cannon as Jr. Chairman. Linday May- nard was the secretary. The Blind Committee was headed by Susan Lowe and David Hakala. Suzanne Lucas and Ronald Bendey chaired the Big Brother-Big Sister pro- gram. The Hospital Committee was under the Supervision of Kathleen Cody and Joan Pagnano. A new program was the Committee for the Elderly head- ed by Kristine Kalaijian and Lorraine Harrington. The last of the new pro- Work can be Fun. grams was the Human Relations Com- mittee headed by Kathleen Flaherty. As in the past, there was also a very successful tutoring service this year. This year, too, there was an inter- national week sponsored by J.M.S.V.C, wherein over fifteen guests from foreign lands participated in an assembly after they had been given a tour of Wey- mouth High. Both the students and the guests were impressed by each other. J.M.S.V.C. has helped all Wey- mouth students and faculty to realize the importance of charity and com- passion in the human relationship. Lending a helping hand: Karen Reardon and Sue Fabyan A visitor from Haiti interests the students. FTA Under the direction of Miss Pearson and Susan O'Brien the President, F.T.A. invites a guest speaker to tell about his experiences in the teaching field at the monthly meeting. F.T.A. also sponsors field trips to different colleges and uni- versities in Greater Boston so students may become familiar with the various schools in this area. The club members annually observe Weymouth public school classes for a full day at various grade levels. As a result, the club members learn more about their chosen profession, and understand more fully its demands. They return to the High School with a much clearer picture of the careers that lie in their futures. Discussion group. Susan O'Brien addresses a meeting of F.T.A. Members of F.T.A. FNA A profession that is of interest to many girls is nursing. The objective of the Future Nurses of America Club is to teach all girls who are interested in nursing more about it and how to make themselves more worthy to enter that field of endeavor. The Club is under the direction of faculty advisors Mrs. Hoyle and Airs. Archibald, and the officers, Barbara Mullin, Virginia Pierce, Phyllis McHugh, and Linda Cor- done. Enough money has been earned for two senior scholarships. 152 153 FBLA Under the direction of Miss Curran and club officers Roberta Richards, Judy Parker, Lori Healy, and Denise 0'- Shaugnessy, the members of Future Business Leaders of America are ac- quainted with the complex business world. F.B.L.A. meetings are often high- lighted by guest speakers representing various professions in the business field. Members acquire knowledge concern- ing the advantages and disadvantages in specific areas. Club members receive valuable information which will be of great importance upon entering their chosen professions. Two serious Future Business Leaders. The smiling business leaders of the future. 154 MATH TEAM The five members of the Math Team are chosen from Math Club members. During the year, the team competes four times with other schools from the South Shore. The team members are Peter Gordon, Paul Watson, Kathy Xitchi, and Neal Steinkrauss. This year, the team did very well under the excellent coaching of Mr. Duseau. With the addition of the computer to the Math Department this year, the Computer Club was organized under the advisorship of Mr. Duseau. Al- though many students had completed the summer course in computer pro- gramming, new students were taught to use the high school computer, and, un- der the direction of President Maureen Walsh, all were instructed in the use of Northeastern 's CDC 3200 computer. Members of the Math Team ponder a different problem. COMPUTER CLUB The answer is . Maureen Walsh instructs the Computer Club. 155 CHESS CLUB The powers of concentration of Chess Club members may be observed any Monday afternoon as the members meet under the direction of faculty advisor Mr. Lofgren and President John Cod- dard. Intellectual and strategic skills are developed by frequent competition both with rival schools and among themselves. While veteran members carefully calculate their next moves, many a new member is drawn to the game, eager to learn it fully. As op- ponents progress by alternate moves, one eventually succeeds in check-mating his opponent's king, or both opponents ward off any possible advancement un- til a stalemate results. Mr. Lofgren looks on. "Wow! What now?" 156 A. V CLUB Audio-visual aids are an important asset to the education of Weymouth High students. During study periods, members of the A.Y. Club, directed by Mr. Rudolph and Mr. Sedman, repair and maintain the large variety of equip- ment and films necessary to the entire Weymouth school system. 'I can't see anything." WHS-TV On most Fridays, the students of Weymouth High are entertained, amused, and provoked by the telecast of WHS-TV. With the help of Miss Marinos, Mr. Rudolph, and Mr. Sed- man, the students write, direct, stage, and perform different types of broad- casts: news reports, interviews, and holiday specials. WHS-TV helps stu- dents who plan to enter the entertain- ment field gain valuable experience. 'Smile, you're on Candid Camera." 157 FILM MAKERS CLUB A new club for the students who are movie-minded at Weymouth High School is the Film Makers Club. Under the direction of Mr. Sedman, the faculty advisor, the members learn to create, film, and edit their own motion pictures. The major project for the club this year was the Film Festival. Students were given the opportunity to vote for several major motion pictures which they wished to see. The elected films, including Paths of Glory and Endless Summer, were shown after school in the auditorium for a nominal admission charge. Members of the Film Makers Club. ■93 11 t iji I i u: : 1 Steve Milligan points out an upcoming film. 158 Members of the Political Affairs Club. POLITICAL AFFAIRS CLUB Karen Pharmer points out a trouble spot of the world. The purpose of the Political Affairs Club is to provide students with an opportunity to discuss politics and cur- rent events. Under the direction of Wil- lis O'Brien, Karen Pharmer, Miss Ma- rinos, and Mr. Brizzi the club con- ducted a mock presidential election in November, featured WHS-TV Pro- grams, and presented guest speakers. In March,four members, Willis O'Brien, Karen Pharmer, Dave Olson, and Doric Scarpelli, went to Georgetown Universi- ty to represent the country of Kinshasa (Congo) at a mock U.N. Assembly. There they were exposed to new ways of thought, and were armed with ideas to make club meetings even more ex- citing. Officers of the Political Affairs Club: Karen Pharmer. W illis O'Brien. David Olsen. 159 CHORUS To achieve a perfect vocal sound, under the guidance of director Mr. Burns, is the objective of the Weymouth High Chorus. It allows students to examine, appreciate, and learn selec- tions ranging from Bach to modern tunes. This year, chorus members have participated in the District Festival All- State, the New England Concert, the Christmas and Spring Concerts at the High School; and in performances for the Weymouth Music Parents Associa- tion, at Boston University and local churches. Satisfaction and enjoyment are results of the Chorus's long hours of practice. For particularly gifted members of the Chorus, the Chorale and Glee Club offer more practice and training. Awaiting the signal from Mr. Burns. Members of the Chorale. The members of the Weymouth High School Chorus. 160 This year, the Weymouth High School Band has participated in a full schedule of events. In the fall the band played at the football games and marched in the Veterans' Day Parade. By practicing daily throughout the year, the band members improve technique, and also learn new fundamentals in music. In addition to participating in the Myron Floren Concert, the Spring Con- cert, the Memorial Day Parade, and graduation exercises, the band also planned an exchange concert on April 11 and 18 with Middleboro. As usual, many qualified band members were chosen for the District, All-State, and New England Concert festivals. The Weymouth High School Band. 162 ORCHESTRA The Weymouth High Orchestra, directed by Mr. Burke, is a group of young musicians who meet to rehearse music for such events as the Christmas, Spring, and Exchange Concerts. This year, several members were selected to participate in the New England, All- State, and District Music Festivals. The Orchestra enthusiastically practices. Jeff Connors demonstrates his skill. The Weymouth High School Orchestra. 163 CHEF'S COURSE Out of the aromatic mists of the foods room emerge the galloping gour- mets of Weymouth High. These boys are members of the Chef's Course, which is open to any senior boy interested in furthering his knowledge of culinary skills and their delights. Under the guidance of Mrs. Swain, members learn to prepare a "good" meal, to handle cooking utensils, to select foods, and to keep a kitchen in proper order. . . . Double trouble, boil and bubble ..." Concocting Love Potion No. 9. "You boys will never make good housewives!' 164 The members of the Theatre Arts Club. THEATRE ARTS Those students at Weymouth High school who possess an interest in the unusual, mixed with extremely exotic taste, will find a place in the Theatre Arts Club. The enthusiastic members meet regularly to plan club events un- der the supervision of club officers. Under the guidance of Mr. Daniels, the faculty advisor, members discuss the different aspects of play production. Many an opportunity exists in this club ... to learn the correct procedures of applying makeup; to observe the back-stage techniques; to act, or even try one's hand at writing. Many a member may emerge as an illustrious performer of the theatre. Mike Craffey, Andy Flynn, and Bruce Eshner rehearse "The Lottery." Watchful Mr. McCarthy and Mr. Daniels guide the Theatre Arts officers. 165 SENIOR CLASS PLAY The senior class of '69 presented The Gazebo as its senior class play. A two-act comedy murder, it involved a T.V. mystery writer, his wife, their neighbor, and a persistent real-estate agent. The question — Who was buried under the gazebo ?— perplexed everyone. The production was presented December 6 and 7. It ran smoothly with the help of the backstage crew, special com- mittees, and faculty advisors. "Well. I wash my laundry with the newest detergent.' "Who Gumped this up?" 'We can't go on meeting like this. 166 AN EVENING OF ONE ACT PLAYS This year, the Theatre Arts Club of Weymouth High sponsored an even- ing's entertainment of three one-act plays. Under the direction of Mr. Daniels, the club brought a first to the Weymouth High stage — a dramatic reading entitled Where Is Love? Parted On Her Wedding Morn, a typical melo- drama, provided the comedy for the evening. For a dramatic climax, The Lottery was presented. A serious play reading. 'You bet your sweet Bippy, I bet you're wondering where I got this cane and hat. 168 Jean Walsh sings a folk medley. "Let's look at it this way." The Annual Talent Show was, as in the past, another howling success this year. Under the supervision of Mr. Brizzi and Mr. Masters, the Silly Putty Rep- ertory Company produced a master- piece of fine showmanship. Talented students performed various acts of singing and dancing, while hilari- ous skits were acted out between num- bers. The shows and talents are becoming better each year and the 1969 perform- ance was no exception. Tom Young and Tony Wilcox wing their way to Chicago. TALENT SHOW 'DuPont Lucite doesn't streak." Two guitars better than one Laurie Median. Mr. Chop, and JoleneCazzola create Reflector masterpieces. REFLECTOR Every Wednesday afternoon during the school year, Room 214 serves as the meeting place for some of the most creative minds of Weymouth High. For it is here, guided by Miss Andem, that the Reflector staff assemblies to discuss and organize the twice yearly issues of our school magazine. This year the group has been di- rected by the editor Doric Scarpelli and assistant editor Andrea Watson. Led by these two students, the literary staff members have spent much time think- ing and writing, interviewing and ob- serving; and the result has been two informative and interesting issues of the Reflector. Both issues were concerned with the cultural revolution. Credit must be given the hard-work- ing secretaries and advertising staff; and also to the Print Shop for their skill in helping to create such a fine magazine. Jolene Cazzola and her Re- flector art staff provided unique and entertaining designs for both issues. "Controversial material. 170 Kristin Bergfors. Mark Mulready, and Mr. Fox discuss un upcoming debate DEBATE SOCIETY Mark Mulreadv. The Weymouth High School Debat- ing Society is an active group of com- petitive students developing their powers of persuasive speech. Advised by Mr. Fox, the society has participated in and hosted meets with other members of the South Shore Debate League. The highly successful Book Fair was co-sponsored by the Debating So- ciety and the Key Club, and did much to sharpen the intellectual curiosity of VV.H.S. students. The officers for the 1968-1969 year were Kristin Bergfors, President; Sara Bowen, Vice President; and Diane Bosche, Secretary. "Furthermore. 172 CONSERVATION CLUB This year, the Conservation Club continued its program of teaching basic natural science to the elementary grades at Johnson School. Also, last summer, a teaching program and nature walks were conducted at Great Esker Park. Many club members volunteered to con- duct these walks. With the aid of the faculty advisor, Miss Toomey, the club presented a program in January for the Appropriations Committee to influence them to recommend financial aid for the advancement of club projects in conservation and for work at Great Esker Park. Mike McWade and a friend. The Conservation Club membership. Two officers of the Conservation Club: Donna Kreitman. Donald Buckley. Donna Buccheri collects dues. RIDING CLUB This year the Riding Club is headed by President Donna Buccheri. Members gather weekly to discuss the prepara- tions for the weekly riding excursion. Nearly every Saturday, they meet at a local stable, where they then saddle up and ride for several hours. The members not only enjoy themselves, but also instruct each other as to varied techniques. The club had a booth at the Mardi Gras and assisted the J.M.S.V.C. during their Good Neighbor Week. "Who wears this — horse or rider ?" The members of the Riding Club. 174 SKI TRIP This year a group of Weymouth High School students took a seven-day trip to Innsbruck, Austria, under the sponsorship of the Norwell Cultural Society. Club members indulged in ski- ing, touring, and other pleasures of Innsbruck. While there, several stu- dents explored the countryside in their leisure time. One of their more memorable ex- periences was a most daring luge sled ride down the mountain-side and along the ravine. The chaperoning teachers were Mr. Emerson, Mr. Brizzi, Mr. Sedman, Mr. Tedesco, Miss Kirkland, and Mr. Murrav. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson served as chapero" Austria. On our way!" I SPANISH CLUB "Siempre en Espanole", always in Spanish, is the motto of the fun-loving Spanish Club. This group of W.H.S. students is led by Miss Rodrigues and Mr. Player. They enjoy having parties, singing Spanish songs, and eating. Meetings are held every two weeks and a student must be able to speak Spanish. The club members helped in planning the Mardi Gras, and this spring they plan to attend a Spanish restaurant. ? liable Espanol, Senor Player? Our Spanish speakers. FRENCH CLUB This year's French Club, under the guidance of Mr. Porter, has had a successful year, with the leadership of President, Bob Sullo; Vice President, Cindy Alemian; and Secretary-Treas- urer, Kristine Kalaijian. Dining at a French restaurant after viewing a movie, was enjoyed by the members with the profits from a cake sale. Kris Kalajian and Nancy Alemian discuss club activities. Weymouth's future linguists. 176 CAMERA CLUB The Camera Club meets every Thursday under the direction of faculty advisor, Mr. Sedman, and President, Joseph Durant, to explore the art of photography. The members take pic- tures around the school, develop nega- tives, and make prints. They also aided the Film Makers Club with the Film Festival. Mr. Sedman demonstrates the process. SCIENCE LAB ASSISTANTS The Science Lab Assistants spend their noon-times and other spare mo- ments in working on projects and ex- periments of special interest to them- selves. While indulging their fascina- tion for chemistry and physics, they keep the labs ready for use by teachers and students. Capturing the beauty of nature. Lab Assistants Gary Heinstrom, Rick Frado. Our experimenting Lab Assistants. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS The student library assistants do "hundreds of things" to help run the W.H.S. library according to Mrs. Di- ment, the librarian. Besides devoting much of their time during school to charging and shelving books, the stu- dents also deliver passes, check in new books, and file magazines. While help- ing the librarian, the assistants also help themselves by discovering the many functions of the library. Library assistants help out by checking passes. Ah, what were we looking for?" LANGUAGE LAB ASSISTANTS The language laboratory offers to Weymouth High Students, various means of mastering their specific langu- ages. The aid of modern equipment and the lab assistants enables the teacher to give more attention to individual students. Language Lab assistants explore the mysteries of machinery. 178 DECA Under the guidance of Mrs. Dou- cette, the members of the Distributive Education Clubs of America are on their way to becoming successful in careers of marketing and distribution. With officers Kathy Scott, President; Carol McCaffrey, Vice President; Joyce DiBona, Treasurer; and Mary Coveny, Secretary, they are working on a film entitled Randy the Retailer. D.E.C.A. students chuckle over a good joke. Another woman driver. A script conference with the director. DRIVER EDUCATION Taught by Mr. O'Byrne, Mr. Whit- more, and Mr. Murley, Driver Educa- tion has helped students acquire the skill needed by a good driver. Thev receive instruction in the classroom and on the road. Students learn the laws of the road, facts about the engine, and the experience required for their license examination. The entire program is directed by Mr. Mahn. 179 184 CAMPUS After countless months of hard work the finished product — the Campus, is finally published. Little is realized of the force behind the yearbook. From September till June, the Campus room is the scene of chaos, as staff members devoted to the cause exercise their skills in writing, proofreading, and typing. Information used in the traditional bi- ographies is collected and used as the key factor in composing the write-up. Typists and literary staff members alike work together to achieve perfection. All work dilligently to pass in the readied materials before the deadline. The art staff prepared layouts under the direc- tion of Mr. Chop, and also devoted long hours to the boards of photo- graphs. Members of the sales staff col- lected the many dollars needed to support the publication of the 1969 Campus. Linda Taubert prepares photos for the faculty. Debbie Jutstrom. Academic Editor, types copy. Caught in the act! The Campus art staff: Sue Swart, Karen Mortenson, Virginia Nelson, Karen LaBonte, Joanne Tankard, and Mr. Chop. "That's a great picture." Sue Lo Sciuto and Janice Belanger. Jack Curran pounds the keyboard as Dot Lang and Leah Mullen look on. Campus helpers and advisor Mr. Clayton; Debbie Jutstrom. Sheila Creen, and Janet Simon. Two of the editors examine the 1969 Campus; Janice Belanger, Sheila Green. 187 CREAM OF THE CROP Karl Berg: Accomplished musician; Vice-President. Weymouth High School; member of Student Council; performer in Southeast District, All State, and New England Orchestras. Gail Batchelder: High Honor student; Valedictorian; active in Campus, Thea- tre Arts, tutoring, language clubs. Janice Belanger: Honor Roll student; vivacious member J.M.S.V.C. and French tutor; co-editor of Campus. 188 Robert Gumpright: All-round student and athlete; member of Chorus, Chorale, and Southeastern District Chorus; Office worker. David Tourigny: Vice-President, Wey- mouth Vocational Technical High School; active member of Student Coun- cil; Football Team Manager. Susan Swart: superior art student; win- ner of Certificate of Merit, Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards; attends Museum of Fine Arts School; Art co-editor of Campus. Elizabeth Abdy: A cheerful and diligent High Honor Roll student; active in F.B.L.A.; Weymouth's representative at John Hancock Honors Day. Victor Puntiri: All-around athlete, par- ticipates in baseball, hockey, and foot- ball; Student Council President; Honor Roll student. Steven Pierce: An outstanding athlete in football, baseball, and track; active in Student Council and WHS-TV; Honor Roll student. Mary DeCoste: Senior class Treasurer; Head cheerleader; member of student council; participates on Gymnastic team; Monitor, active in drama. Dianne Deacon: Superior student; prose editor of Reflector; co-chairman of Con- servation Club; member of Chorus. Doric Scarpelli: High Honor student; editor of Reflector; newscaster of WHS- TV; member of Student Council; repre- sented WHS in mock U.N. meeting in Washington, D.C. 189 INDEX 1 <iA 1 4.Q Acknowledgements 191 Administration 9 Audio- Visual Chih 157 Band 162 Basketball 32-33 Campta ("!liin V uUIH 1 d VjIUU 177 fani nu s y ' CI 1 11 VJ VI o 186-187 Cheerleaders 31 Chef's Course 164 Chess Club 156 Chorus 160 Class Officers 43 Closing 192 Computer Club 155 Conservation Club 173 Cream of the Crop 188-189 Cross Country 37 Debate Society 172 D.E.C.A. 179 Drivpr Fniiratinn 179 Fa cu ltv 10-22 F B T A 1j.11. 1 54 Filmmakers Club 158 F.N.A. 151 Football 28-30 French Club 176 F.T.A. 150 Graduates 52-132 190 Gymnastics 40-41 Hockey 34-35 J.M.S.V.C. 148-149 Key Club 145 T T 1 * Lang. Lab. Asst. 178 T . 1 * Library Asst. 178 Math Team 155 Memorial 133 Orchestra 163 One Act Plays 168 Pep Club 31 Political Affairs Club 159 Reflector 1 TA 1 71 170-171 Riding Club 1 7 A lit oClcllCe LdD rYSal. 1 77 iff Senior Play 1 fifi 1 £7 1 OO- lO < Ski Trip 1 7*i LID Sophomores 181 18^ 1 o 1-1 OJ bpnng 1 rack 39 Spanish Club 1 n c 176 Student Council 146-147 Talent Show 169 Theater Arts 165 WHS-TV 157 Winter Track 38 Wrestling 36 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS With our sincerest gratitude, we the Campus Staff of 1969 wish to thank those people who have unselfishly aided us in the production of our yearbook. We would like to mention a few of these people who have given us their time: the administration and Faculty of Weymouth High and the Annex; Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs who have con- tributed helpful hints; Mr. Stephen Chop, our Weymouth High Rembrant, who has given us interesting ideas, and es- pecially Mr. Richard Clayton whose guidance, and undying dedication has helped us all year long to make our Campus a success. 1969 CAMPUS STAFF Editors in Chief: Staff Editors: Art Co-Editors: Art Staff: General Staff: Business Manager: Secretaries: Janice Belanger. Sheila Green. Janice Scolamiero Senior: Leah Mullen, Academic: Deborah Justrom, Faculty: Janis Hunter, Clubs: Gail Batchelder. Annex: Linda Taubert, Photog- raphy: Sue LoScuito, Sports: Robert Gumpright Karen Mortenson, Susan Swart Gail Johnson, Karen LaBonte, Virginia Nelson Judith Alukonis. Cynthia Batchelder, Edith Beatty. Alton Blan- chard, John Curran, Nancy Fiske, Donna Kreitman, Noreen Kuja, Dorothy Lang, Cindy Nelson, Kathleen Sheehan, Janet Simon, Maureen Walsh, William Concannon, Diane DiNucci, Kathleen Cody Jane Connolly Ruth Baker, Kathy DeLuca, Donna Harding, Karen Jacobs Soon, Weymouth High School will be something in our past, but the strength and knowledge we have gained here will be something in our future. As we leave, we will be entering a bigger, more complicated world; a world of new dreams, new experiences and a new way of life. Our minds have been strengthened, our characters molded and we have been prepared. The last three years have given us a small view of what life will be like. Responsibility has been placed upon us, in order that we may learn to face responsibility in later life. Many challenges will come before us in the future, and, through the guid- ance and companionships of the teachers here at Weymouth High, we have been prepared to meet and face these chal- lenges. Let us conquer these challenges to the best of our ability. Let the memo- ries and companionships of Weymouth High help us to achieve our goals.